Libya: Despite war, city of Tripoli to have its bus service for first time in three decades

[The North Africa Journal - Africa] - 15/10/2019
Tripoli, Oct 15, 2019 – Parked in a hangar in downtown Tripoli, some 35 buses awaited this week’s launch of a new urban public transport scheme — the first in the Libyan capital in three decades. Imported from China, the brand new vehicles will make their first trips in the coming days, across a (...)
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