Murzuk


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Murzuk:

see MarzuqMarzuq
or Murzuk
, town (1984 pop. 42,294), SW Libya. With Sabha, it is one of the chief settlements of the Fazzan municipality. Marzuq developed around a fort built c.1310 (now in ruins). The town declined with the advent of modern transportation.
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Al-Sharara lies in the Murzuk Basin in the south-west of Libya in the 4,275 sq km Block NC-115, 800 km south of Tripoli.
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Murzuk, while the vulnerability of Sub-Saharan Africans in the eastern part of
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Representative of the European Commission for Humanitarian Assistance, Omar Murzuk, said today that this type of project is crucial for alleviating some of the burden on the Palestinian people.
The group will to explore for onshore oil and gas around Sirte, the main oil-producing region, and in the Murzuk area of western Libya.
At the Geneva conference on April 19-20, 1999, he surprised the participants by announcing that foreign companies would soon be offered a number of blocks in a vast region extending from the north of the Sirte Basin to the extreme south-west of the Murzuk Basin, including the Atchan Saddle near the Ghadames Basin.