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see TripoliTripoli
or Tarabulus
, ancient Tripolis, city (1996 est. pop. 300,000), NW Lebanon, on the Mediterranean Sea. Citrus fruits, cotton, and other goods are exported from Tripoli. It has an oil refinery and is the terminus of an oil pipeline from Iraq.
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Dar Kulaib won three of their four matches against Ahli Tarabulus (3-0), Ittihad Tanger (3-2) and Al Sadaqa Gaza (3-1), while losing to group winners Al Rayyan (1-3).
Coached by Ebrahim Ali, Dar Kulaib are scheduled to begin their campaign on Friday against Ahli Tarabulus.
Venue: Tripoli International Fairground, Tripoli, Tarabulus, Libya
William was born most likely in Tripoli in Lebanon, the modern Tarabulus, in the first third of the 13th century, and died after 1273 (his life span may have been approximately the same as that of Thomas Aquinas, 1225-1274).
$2,249-14,429 May 26--15 days: Kusadasi, Tarabulus, Civitavecchin, Monte Carlo, Marseille, Barcelona, Cadiz, Lisbon, Le Havre, Harwich (end).
Principal battles: Homs (Hims) (1281); siege of Tripoli (Tarabulus in Lebanon) (1289).
(d) The group's emir in Benghazi, Abu Mus'ab al-Farouq, released a message claiming that the leader of its Wilayat Tarabulus (e) had fled and was already implementing a plan of recovery.
The Bahraini outfits made it to the last eight after coming second in Group 'B', which also featured Al Rayyan of Qatar, Ittihad Tanger of Morocco, Ahli Tarabulus of Libya and Palestine's Al Sadaqa Gaza.