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Libya’s Fezzan: A Bulwark of the Gaddafi Regime

By Martin W. Lewis | March 1, 2011 | 2 Comments

Compared to the Sahara, the deserts of North America hardly deserve the name. Whereas Las Vegas, the quintessential desert city in the U.S., receives about four and half inches (115 mm) of rain a year, and Death Valley, the continent’s driest spot, gets a little less than two inches (50 mm), roughly half of

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