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Jadid, radio receivers, daily newspapers, television sets, Tripoli

The postal and telecommunications systems of Libya are government owned and operated. Radio communications link the interior with the coastal regions. In 1997 there were an estimated 259 radio receivers and 140 television sets for every 1,000 Libyan residents. Libya’s 4 daily newspapers, including Al-Fajr al-Jadid, which is published in Tripoli, had a circulation of 71,000 in 1996.



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Jadid, radio receivers, daily newspapers, television sets, Tripoli, Radio communications, coastal regions, interior, circulation, government

 
 

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