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Women find some respite in Libya's 'families only' cafes
by Ahmed Elumami and Ulf Laessing
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30 October 2017
On 30 October 2017 Reuters reported:
Fashionable cafes springing up in Libya's capital [Tripoli] are shutting out single men and catering for women looking for a break from the tensions -- political and personal -- crowding in around them. The cafes with European names and bright decor seem a world away from the city's traffic-clogged and still violent streets. In a socially conservative society, they also offer privacy and protection from unwanted advances. Most of Tripoli's economy has been in freefall since major battles between rival factions in 2014 left the country divided with competing governments. The female clients are offering some respite -- managers say they spend more on fancy coffees and juices than the espresso-sipping men.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of culture and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
'The guys just ask for coffee and water,' said Mohamed Abdurrazak, La Rambla's owner. 'The women come to eat.'
The new businesses are also flourishing in Benghazi, Libya's second city, which suffered heavy damage during more than three years of fighting.
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