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MIKROULIS TRANSPORT DESIGN ZARAFETAS TRIPOLIS GREECE SCANIA R62O SOUND
Tripoli Thursday 04.18.2013 Video attack on a car to transport prisoners in front of Al-Fateh University Caused the death of a prisoner and the rest of the prisoners escape during transfer from the court to a prison Tajora
The second day of the excursion train
At $12.5 billion per ship, Ford-class supercarriers are the most expensive warships built for the U.S. Navy -- but not all aircraft carriers have to be that big. The America-class small aircraft carriers that transport Marines on amphibious assault missions, for example, carry only a fraction of the firepower (no more than 20 F-35B fighters) of a full-size supercarrier (carrying up to 90 aircraft). But at just $3.3 billion, they also cost a lot less. Military shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls (NYSE:HII) builds both types of warship, and is more than happy to spend the Pentagon's money building whatever size carrier the Navy wants. In fact, Huntington Ingalls just finished building one of the America-class vessels well ahead of schedule.
These aircraft are being used to transport foreign African mercenaries all over Libya. They are seen here on Feb. 26, 2011 flying over Tripoli. Any and all nations' leaders who are sending the mercenaries to Gaddafi should be tried as War Criminals!
(21 Apr 2016) LEAD-IN Several migrant smuggler hideouts have been raided in the Libyan city of Tripoli. 203 migrants were arrested by a special task force set up by the Anti-Illegal Immigration Department. STORY-LINE Armed and hidden by balaclavas, raid officers from Libya's Anti-Illegal Immigration Department prepare to enter what they believe to be a migrant smugglers' secret hideout. Using information they've received from their investigative branch they carefully study a map of the area and discuss their plan. They board trucks and drive through the streets of Tripoli to the area they believe contains hundreds of illegal migrants. Once they've arrived at their destination they bang on the door and demand it be opened. Their suspicions are proven to be warranted as they find r...
Click here to subscribe to VICE News for more: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News The war in Syria is dragging neighbouring Lebanon to the edge of the abyss, and nowhere is the growing chaos more stark than in the second city of Tripoli. Sunni militants aligned with the Syrian rebels frequently clash with fighters from the city's encircled Alawite minority, who support the Assad regime, in bitter street fighting the country's weak government is powerless to stop. With the rule of law no longer in effect in Tripoli, warlords like Sunni commander Ziad Allouki are now the city's real rulers, so VICE hung out with him and his fighters for a week to discover why they're fighting, and whether the country really is on the brink of civil war. http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here Faceboo...
Α9104,Α9108 & Α9111 doing maneuvers at Tripoli station
ΜΙΚΡΟΎΛΗΣ SCANIA R620 ΤΡΙΠΟΛΗΣ
An-26 transport plane takeoff with heavy cargo
Tripoli International Airport will finally be able to resume operations after being shut down from several damages caused by clashes between militias in July 2014. The Libyan authorities have signed an agreement with some Italian companies to rebuild the terminal. The cost amounts to over $78 million. Sami al-Aich, Project Director, Ministry of Transport said: "The project consists of the construction of two terminals, the first for international flights and the second for domestic flights, wi… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2017/07/06/tripoli-international-airport-to-undergo-78m-rebuilding-by-italians Africanews on YouTube brings you a daily dose of news, produced and realised in Africa, by and for Africans. Africanews is the first pan-African multilingual media outlet, unique i...
The Treaty of Tripoli (Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the United States of America and the Bey and Subjects of Tripoli of Barbary) was the first treaty concluded between the United States and Tripolitania, signed at Tripoli on November 4, 1796, and at Algiers (for a third-party witness) on January 3, 1797. It was submitted to the Senate by President John Adams, receiving ratification unanimously from the U.S. Senate on June 7, 1797, and signed by Adams, taking effect as the law of the land on June 10, 1797. The treaty was a routine diplomatic agreement and was later replaced. It has attracted attention in recent decades only because of a clause stating that "the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion." For three centurie...