Tamanrasset

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occasional rain does fall in late summer from the northern extension of the Intertropical Convergence Zone.

27.2 year record high C 47.4 Jan high C 20.3 Feb high C 22.6 Mar high C 25.4 Apr high C 29.5 May high C 32.9 Jun high C 35.2 Jul high C 34.6 Aug high C 34.1 Sep high C 32.5 Oct high C 28.8 Nov high C 24.3 Dec high C 21.0 Jan mean C 12.8 Feb mean C 15.0 Mar mean C 18.1 Apr mean C 22.2 May mean C 26.1 Jun mean C 28.9 Jul mean C 28.7 Aug mean C 28.2 Sep mean C 26.5 Oct mean C 22.4 Nov mean C 17.3 Dec mean C 13.9 Jan low

C 5.3 Feb low C 7.3 Mar low C 10.7 Apr low C 14.9 May low C 19.2 Jun low C 22.6 Jul low C 22.7 Aug low C 22.2 Sep low C 20.5 Oct low C 15.9 Nov low C 10.3 Dec low C 6.7 Jan record low C -5.3 Feb record low C -4.4 Mar record low C -2.9 Apr record low C 0.4 May record low C 4.7 Jun record low C 6.9 Jul record low C 7.2 Aug record low C 7.0 Sep record low C 5.7 Oct record low C -0.1 Nov record low C 0.0 Dec record low C -4.6


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from Kano, Lake Chad, Gao, Agades and Zinder. John Gunther, "Inside Africa" Hamish Hamilton, page132 When Algeria was under French rule (French Algeria) the town was established as a military post, originally named Fort Laperrine, after General François-Henry Laperrine :fr:François-Henry Laperrine who died in the desert nearby. Charles de Foucauld was shot to death outside his Tamanrasset compound by Sermi ag

in a savanna region, known then as the Green Sahara. Those paintings show giant buffalos (African buffalo), elephants, rhinoceros, and hippopotamus, animals that no longer exist in the now-desert area. The pictures provide the most complete record of a prehistoric Algerian history. Mali is one of four Saharan states which will create a Joint Military Staff Committee, to be based at Tamanrasset in southern Algeria. Algeria, Mauritania, Niger, and Mali will take part. ref>

; . See also http: www.guardian.co.uk world us-embassy-cables-documents 231198 - 09ALGIERS0048, on Tamanrassat committee Algeria is one of four Saharan states which will create a Joint Military Staff Committee, to be based at Tamanrasset in southern Algeria. Algeria, Mauritania


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, Algeria - The modern Sahara, though, is not lush in vegetation, except in the Nile Valley, at a few oases (oasis), and in the northern highlands, where Mediterranean plants such as the olive tree are found to grow. The region has been this way since about 3600 years ago. Sahara's Abrupt Desertification Started by Changes in Earth's Orbit, Accelerated by Atmospheric


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proposals for army reorganisation, he quit in 1990, and briefly became ambassador to Romania. However, after Bendjedid was deposed by the military coup of January 1992, his career prospects became more promising. In July 1993, he became Minister of Defense; in January 1994 he was promoted to head of the High Council of State. In November 1995, he was elected President, a post which he retained until the next elections. '''Air Algérie Flight 6289''', a Boeing 737#737-200 Boeing 737-200

of the 6 crew members perished; a total of 102 people died in the accident. The sole survivor of the accident was identified as 28-year-old soldier Youcef Djillali. Obs", Mar 11, 2003 *On 21 December 1994, an Air Algérie Boeing 737 Boeing 737-200 operating '''Cargo Flight 702P (Air Algérie Flight 702P)''' from East Midlands Airport

to Coventry Airport (both in England) on behalf of Phoenix Aviation crashed 1.7 kilometres short of the runway at the destination airport, killing the five crew members on board. Flight 702P at the Aviation Safety Network. Aviation-safety.net. Retrieved on 2011-06-15. *On 6 March 2003 at 15:15 local time, '''Air Algérie Flight 6289''', a Boeing 737–200 (registered 7T-VEZ) on a domestic flight


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outside his Tamanrasset compound, by passing marauders connected with the Senussi Bedouin; this act is to be seen against the general background of the uprising against French colonial power, World War I and famine in the Hoggar. He was beatified by Pope Benedict XVI on November 13, 2005 and is listed as a martyr in the liturgy of the Catholic Church. DATE OF DEATH 1 December 1916 PLACE OF DEATH Tamanrasset, Algeria 1994: Reach champions cup


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locations depict vibrant and vivid scenes of everyday life in central North Africa during the Neolithic Subpluvial period (about 8000 to 4000 BCE). They were executed by a hunting people in the Capsian period of the Neolithic age who lived in a savanna region teeming with giant buffalo (African Buffalo), elephant, rhinoceros, and hippopotamus, animals that no longer exist in the now-desert area. The pictures provide the most complete record of a prehistoric African

- Bou Chekif Airport - style "background:#DDDDDD;" Tamanrasset align center TMR align center DAAT style "background:#DDDDDD;" Hadj Bey Akhamok Airport (Aguenar – Hadj Bey Akhamok Airport) - The cave paintings found at Tassili n'Ajjer, north of Tamanrasset, Algeria, and at other locations depict vibrant and vivid scenes of everyday life in the central North Africa between about 8000 BCE and 4000 BCE, in the Mesolithic


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in a savanna region, known then as the Green Sahara. Those paintings show giant buffalos (African buffalo), elephants, rhinoceros, and hippopotamus, animals that no longer exist in the now-desert area. The pictures provide the most complete record of a prehistoric Algerian history. Mali is one of four Saharan states which will create a Joint Military Staff Committee, to be based at Tamanrasset in southern Algeria. Algeria, Mauritania, Niger, and Mali will take part. ref>


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, was a scheduled passenger service of Air Algérie between Tamanrasset, Algeria and Algiers, via Ghardaia. On 6 March 2003 at 3:45 p.m. local time (1445 GMT), the flight attempted departure from the southern Algerian city of Tamanrasset. The aircraft veered off the runway during takeoff and crashed some 600 feet (180 m) from the centerline. Witnesses reported seeing one of the 737's engines in flames as it took off. All but one of the 97 passengers and all

to Coventry Airport (both in England) on behalf of Phoenix Aviation crashed 1.7 kilometres short of the runway at the destination airport, killing the five crew members on board. Flight 702P at the Aviation Safety Network. Aviation-safety.net. Retrieved on 2011-06-15. *On 6 March 2003 at 15:15 local time, '''Air Algérie Flight 6289''', a Boeing 737–200 (registered 7T-VEZ) on a domestic flight

; ref *On 13 August 2006 at ca 20:15 local time, '''Air Algérie Cargo Flight 2208''' (a Lockheed L-100 Hercules registered 7T-VHG) crashed near Piacenza in Italy, resulting in the death of the three crew members. The aircraft had been on a flight from Algiers to Frankfurt when a problem with the autopilot occurred, resulting in the pilots losing control of the plane. Flight 2208 at the Aviation Safety

Tamanrasset

'''Tamanrasset''' with an annual growth rate of 2.5%.

Tamanrasset was originally established as a military outpost to guard the trans-Saharan trade routes. Surrounded by the barren Sahara Desert, very high temperatures of over tourist attraction during the cooler months. Visitors are also drawn to the Museum of the Hoggar, which offers many exhibits depicting Tuareg life and culture.

The city is served by Tamanrasset Airport and the Trans-Sahara Highway.

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