The Libyan revolution has been extensively covered by the international news media since its inception to the toppling of Qadhafi's regime. But how did the regime's media react to events? Karen Dabrowska was the London correspondent of the official Libyan news agency, JANA, and was in the eye of the storm monitoring the media and covering events in London.
Perhaps the only Westerner working in a Libyan government institution she kept a diary from the start of NATO's bombing campaign until the ousting of Qadhafi's regime.
The diary describes what is was like working for the Libyans, the office politics, the mentality of the officials and the articles she wrote. The era of government news agencies may be coming to an end. This book provides a unique perspective on the Libyan revolution.
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