Tripoli

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Manmade River , a network of pipelines that transport water from the desert to the coastal cities, supplies Tripoli with its water. The grand scheme was initiated by Gaddafi in 1982 and has had a positive impact on the city's inhabitants.


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, Jordan, Costa Rica, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and several unnamed African nations are still fighting, with Cuba quietly supporting them. Although through the course of the war, Brazil, Turkey, India, Indonesia, most of the Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Russia join the Allies. Tactical nuclear warheads are now the weapon of choice with a gentleman's agreement not to hit any civilians. The story then starts with ''Deep Sound Channel'' on the high-tech ceramic hulled submarine the U.S.S. Challenger outside of Diego Garcia. Career Fitch's place of birth has long been a mystery but recent research indicates that he was most likely born in All Saints' parish, Derby. The Leathersellers' Review, 2007-08, pp 16-18: "An Elizabethan in Asia: Ralph Fitch, our most adventurous Leatherseller" by Jerome Farrell The first known documentary reference to him is in the archives of the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers, of which he was a Freeman and from which Company he received a loan of £50 for two years, 1575-77. The Leathersellers' Review, 2007-08, pp 16-18: "An Elizabethan in Asia: Ralph Fitch, our most adventurous Leatherseller" by Jerome Farrell In February 1583 he embarked in the ''Tyger'' for Tripoli and Aleppo in Syria, together with merchants John Newberry and John Eldred, a jeweller named William Leedes and a painter, James Story, all financed by the Levant Company. This was the latest in a series of English attempts to penetrate the trade of the Indian Ocean and Far East, going back to Anthony Jenkinson's travels in Central Asia in the 1550s. From Aleppo they reached the Euphrates, descended the river from Bir (Birecik) to Fallujah, crossed southern Mesopotamia to Baghdad, and dropped down the Tigris to Basra (May to July 1583). Here Eldred stayed behind to trade, while Fitch and the others sailed down the Persian Gulf to the Portuguese fortress and trading station at Ormuz, where they were promptly arrested as spies (at Venetian instigation, as they believed, but the Portuguese were always jealous of their commercial monopoly in the Indian Ocean) and sent as prisoners to the Portuguese viceroy at Goa (September to October). In October 1943 he was given command of the Polish Fighting Team (PFT), or so called "Cyrk Skalskiego" (Skalski's Circus) - a Special Flight consisting of fifteen experienced Polish fighter pilot volunteers. The Poles arrived at Bu Grara airfield, west of Tripoli in March 1943 and attached to 145 Squadron (No. 145 Squadron RAF). The PFT took part in actions in Tripolitania and in Sicily. On 6 May 1943 the "Skalski Circus" fought its last combat. The unit has been disbanded after the conclusion of the North African campaign. goals1 Jahani WikiPedia:Tripoli Commons:Category:Tripoli


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it from its older Phoenician sister city Tripoli, Lebanon known in Arabic as ''Ṭarābulus al-Sham'' (طرابلس الشام) meaning "Levantine Tripoli". It is affectionately called ''The Mermaid of the Mediterranean'' ( is a Greek name that means "Three Cities", introduced in Western


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in 1807. While in Dano-Norwegian service she participated in an action at Tripoli, North Africa. She served the Royal Navy as the fifth rate '''HMS ''Nyaden''''' (or ''Nijaden'') from 1808 until 1812 when she was broken up. During her brief British service she participated in some small attacks in the Barents Sea during the Anglo-Russian War (Anglo-Russian War (1807-1812)). Zgharta is about 150 metres above sea level and lies between the rivers of Jouit and Rashein. It is 23 kilometres from Ehden, 7 kilometres from the coastal city of Tripoli, 91 kilometres from the capital of Lebanon, Beirut, and 82 kilometres from the nearest Syrian city, Tartous. Its history and people are closely associated with the village of Ehden. Most of the citizens of Zgharta have houses in Ehden, too. Where they spend the summer. After touching at Tripoli, Ibn Tumart landed in Mahdia and proceed on to Tunis and then Bejaia (Béjaïa), preaching a puritan, simplistic Islam along the way. Waving his puritan's staff among crowds of listeners, Ibn Tumart complained of the mixing of sexes in public, the production of wine and music, and the fashion of veiling men unveiling women (a custom among the Sanhaja Berbers of the Sahara Desert, that had spread to urban centers with the Almoravids). Setting himself up on the steps of mosques and schools, Ibn Tumart challenged everyone who came close to debate - unwary Maliki jurists and scholars frequently got an earful. *MLA was the origin airport of the '''Air Malta Flight 830''' Malta-Istanbul hijack which ended in Cologne. *On February 21, 2011, two Libyan fighter pilots, both claiming to be colonels, defected and landed their Mirage F1 (Dassault Mirage F1) jets at the airport after refusing to carry out orders to fire upon a group of civilian Libyan protesters (2011 Libyan civil war) in Tripoli. On the same day two Eurocopter Super Puma (Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma) helicopters registered in France also landed carrying seven French nationals who were under Italian contracts to work in Libya. WikiPedia:Tripoli Commons:Category:Tripoli


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are to be built within the next few years bringing the total capacity of the airport to 20 million passenger movements. The first new terminal was due to open by March 2011 however the airport now requires extensive reconstruction. The radar system was seriously damaged in a NATO air strike in late August 2011. Fighting at the airport destroyed several commercial airliners and the airport infrastructure was damaged. The airport currently features one main terminal building, which acts as both


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destroyer . Coulthard-Clark 2001, pp. 170–171. On 31 October 1803, the Tripolitans captured ''Philadelphia'' and the squadron's interests came to focus on Tripoli and Tunis. Using Syracuse, Italy Syracuse


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international africa 27libya.html title For a Critic, Libya's Nascent Openness Doesn't Apply author Smith, Craig S. newspaper The New York Times date December 27, 2004 accessdate November 5, 2009 authorlink Craig S. Smith WikiPedia:Tripoli Commons:Category:Tripoli


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in the Age of Philip II, Volume 2 publisher University of California Press year 1995 pages 908–909 isbn 978-0-520-20330-3 quote Of all the corsairs who preyed on Sicilian wheat, Dragut (Turghut) was the most dangerous. A Greek by birth, he was now about fifty years old and behind him lay a long and adventurous career including four years in the Genoese galleys. Turgut was also buried in Tripoli after his death in 1565. His body was taken from Malta, where he

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-362. Due largely to its monopoly on French trade with the Levant, this important port had a large stock of imported goods in warehouses and was actively expanding its trade with other areas of the Middle East and emerging markets in the New World. Powerful city merchants needed the silk and cotton cargo of the ship for the great medieval fair at Beaucaire (Beaucaire, Gard) and pressured authorities to lift the quarantine. Image:Mur de la peste.jpg thumb left The "mur

Tripoli

'''Tripoli''' ( ; Berber (Berber language): '''Ṭrables''') is the capital city and the largest city of Libya. Tripoli, with its metropolitan area, has a population of about 1.1 million people. http: www.indexmundi.com libya demographics_profile.html The city is located in the northwestern part of Libya on the edge of the desert, on a point of rocky land projecting into the Mediterranean and forming a bay.

Tripoli includes the Port of Tripoli and the country's largest commercial and manufacturing centre. It is also the site of the University of Tripoli. The vast Bab al-Azizia barracks, which includes the former family estate of Muammar Gaddafi, is also located in the city. Colonel Gaddafi largely ruled the country from his residence in this barracks.

Tripoli was founded in the 7th century BC by the Phoenicians, who named it Oea. Due to the city's long history, there are many sites of archaeological significance in Tripoli. "Tripoli" may also refer to the ''shabiyah (Districts of Libya#Shabiya)'' (top-level administrative division in the current Libyan system), the Tripoli District.

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