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Sabha, Libya

'''Sabha''' or '''Sebha''' ''Sabhā'') is a city in southwestern Libya with a population of about 130,000. It was historically the capital of the Fezzan region and the Military Territory of Fezzan-Ghadames (Fezzan-Ghadames (French Administration)) and is now capital of the Sabha District.


Telšiai

also find old paintings inside. * *


Fustat

"Behrens-Abouseif 1992 6" The Persian traveler, Nasir Khusraw Nasir

; By the 16th century, Cairo also had high-rise apartment buildings where the two lower floors were for commercial and storage purposes and the multiple storeys above them were rented (Renting) out to tenants (Leasehold estate).


Kufra

basin. There is a very large oil refinery near the capital. In the late 15th century, Leo Africanus reported an oasis in the land of the ''Berdoa'', visited by a caravan coming from Awjila. It is possible that this oasis was identical with either the Al Jawf or the Taiserbo (Tazirbu) oasis, and on early modern maps, the Al


Giza

Woods , Mary B. Woods in: ''Seven Wonders of the Ancient World,'' Twenty-First Century Books, 1 September 2008, p. ,15 "There is avian flu now in Egypt," Hassan el Bushra, regional adviser for emerging diseases at the eastern Mediterranean regional office of the WHO said. His response was to the reported presence of H5N1 virus in dead birds in three areas in Egypt - namely Cairo (w:Cairo), Giza (w:Giza), and Al-Minya (w:Al-Minya).


Honiara

&pg PT36 date 30 September 2004 publisher Twenty-First Century Books isbn 978-0-8225-0138-1 ref harv (Category:Honiara) Category:Capitals in Oceania + (Category:Guadalcanal) Category:Port cities in Oceania Category:Populated places in Guadalcanal Province Category:Populated places established


Bangui

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Grozny

in the refusal of Aung San Suu Kyi to leave Burma despite house arrest and persecution by the military dictatorship in that country. Stewart, Whitney (1997). ''Aung San Suu Kyi: fearless voice of Burma''. Twenty-First Century Books. ISBN 978-0-8225-4931-4. ''Conscience'' was a factor in Peter Galbraith's criticism of fraud in the 2009 Afghanistan election despite it costing him his United Nations job. James Bone. "Sacked envoy


Homs

Century Books. ISBN 978-0-8225-4931-4. ''Conscience'' was a factor in Peter Galbraith's criticism of fraud in the 2009 Afghanistan election despite it costing him his United Nations job. James Bone. "Sacked envoy Peter Galbraith accuses UN of 'cover-up' on Afghan vote fraud". ''The Times''. October 1, 2009. Conscience motivated Bunnatine Greenhouse to expose irregularities in the contracting of the Halliburton company for work


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