Libyan Amazigh protest, November 2011


Amazigh languages

Radio Netherlands Worldwide reports:

Dozens of Amazigh -or Berbers– protested in Tripoli‘s Martyrs’ Square on Friday for being shut out of the new government and demanded that their language and rights be recognised in Libya.

Gaddafi’s Western allies: here.

Italian oil corporation ENI plans to increase its Libyan oil production: here.

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