Libya: The Adventures of Mr Behi

Iranian blogger Mr Behi has moved to Tripoli, Libya, and tells us about life without his life, a computer on life-support and the importance of credit and debit cards. “I received my first salary in Tripoli but the money is in the bank, my debit card is in my hand but the pin for the card is not yet arrived. I was once with my manager at lunch once and I was asking so many of these simple questions about credit cards and it looked so strange to him that a a guy on my age never had his own Visa!” he writes.

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