Awais Sufi

Vice President for Work Programs, International Youth Foundation

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Vice President for Work Programs at the International Youth Foundation, supporting programs for young people in about 70 countries, including Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon

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Again and again, Moammar Gadhafi has blamed the violence in Libya on young people.

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