Middle East

March 10, 2011

As gasoline soars, Libyan rebels pay 46 cents a gallon

World fuel prices are surging, in part because of the bloody battle to topple Moammar Gadhafi, but there's one place where the price of a gallon of gasoline actually has dropped: war-torn Libya. Today, gasoline costs the equivalent of 46 U.S. cents a gallon; last week, the price was just over 62 cents.

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