Jalo


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Jalo

 

a group of oases in the Libyan Desert. Population, 4,000-5,000, mostly Berbers. Jalo is connected by a dirt road to Benghazi and by caravan paths to Egypt and Sudan. The most important settlement is Aujila (population, 2,700). Date palms, fig trees, olive trees, cereal grains, and vegetables (which are exported to Western Europe during the winter) are grown. Its industries are goat breeding and oil extraction.

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An analysis of Table 2 and Figure 1 together shows that the most divergent genotypes were Jalo Precoce and LP 98-122, with 21 different characteristics.
Meanwhile, south of Benghazi, rebels reported an attack by pro-Al Qathafi forces on the southern oasis town of Jalo, but said it had been repulsed, while on the western front, Libyan rebels said they took the village of Josh at the foot of the Nafusa mountain range.
Baghdad political analyst Hadi Jalo told the AP that al Qaeda and former Baathists are likely to launch "big attacks in order to shake the government and show its weakness" after American troops withdraw.
A Baghdad-based political analyst, Hadi Jalo, said it appears to reflect a shift in Sunni insurgent groups that once called for a medieval-style Islamic caliphate in Iraq.
In Benghazi, rebels said loyalists had stormed the eastern oasis town of Jalo, several hundred kilometres south, and killed five people.
The use of such papers "has a devastating effect on the country, because it means that it is being run by inefficient and even illiterate people," said Baghdad political analyst Hadi Jalo.
In a statement Kyprianou stated that on Saturday evening 11 Cypriot nationals who were working in Jalo area in Libya were successfully airlifted following an operation involving German military planes, adding that Cypriots and other EU nationals evacuated were flown last night to Crete.