Al Marj


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Al Marj

(æl ˈmɑːdʒ)
n
(Placename) an ancient town in N Libya: founded in about 550 bc Pop: 121 000 (2005 est). Italian name: Barce
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Regime fighters are trying to advance inside Eastern Ghouta to cut off the main town of Douma and its surroundings in the north of the enclave, as well as isolate the southeastern area of Al Marj, Abdul Rahman said.
Muraikhi made a field trip to Al Bekaaalong with the major Syria donors and met with refugees at the centres of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and unofficial settlements in Taanayel, in addition to visiting a school in Al Marj. The field visits were followed by a roundtable meeting with international non-government organisations and UN agencies to understand the regional response and discuss the challenges facing the refugees.
Contract awarded for Supply And Delivery Of Three Septic Trucks For The Municipalities In Mount Lebanon (Barja And Bourj Hammoud) And In The Bekaa (Al Marj) - Leb/Co Itb/107/16
Conducting the required operation and maintenance inclusive of spare parts & overhauling of all utilities and their components at Abu Zaabal & Al Marj Jails Complexes.
Thousands of people fled the fighting in Arsal to the towns of Qob Elias, Saadnayel, Taanayel, Al Marj and Bar Elias.
Ex-general Khalifa Haftar speaks during a news conference after surviving an assassination attempt, in Al Marj, east of Benghazi June 4, 2014 (REUTERS/Stringer)
D'autres rassemblements ont eu lieu a Al Marj, Al Baida et a Tobrouk, plus a l'est.
Luckily, the show's director shared Munther's vision and ended up filming the scenes in Egypt's Al Marj Prison, according to Laha Magazine.
According to the statement, the regions near Benghazi, Al Bayda, Derna, Tobruk and Al Marj have fallen under control of local tribes, which oppose the government.
Cairo: Waiting under Cairo's scorching sun for a bus to take him to his house in the suburban area of Al Marj, Salah Matrawi looked baffled when he was asked if he had heard about Mauritania.
Thousands of people fled the fighting in Arsal into the towns of Qob Elias, Saadnayel, Taanayel, Al Marj and Bar Elias.