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Tripoli (Trablous طربلس en arabe) est la seconde ville du Liban, avec près de 500 000 habitants. Elle se situe au nord du Liban, à 85 kilomètres de Beyrouth. Elle possède un grand port commercial qui se trouve sur le territoire d'une municipalité sœur, El-Mina, inséparable de Tripoli, quoique autonome.La majorité de la population est musulmane. Tripoli a la réputation de ville paisible par excellence. Son nom vient du grec Tripolis, elle fut nommée ainsi du fait de sa séparation en trois parties distinctes par les commerçants venant de Tyr, Sidon et Aradis. A partir de 1070, Tripoli est sous la domination des Banû Ammâr, qui se sont rendus indépendants des califes fatimides d'Égypte. En 1102, lors de la première croisade, la ville fut assiégée par Raymond IV de Toulouse et défendue par le qâdî Fakhr al-Mulk. Le siège dura près de 10 ans, infligeant de lourds dégâts à la ville, qui tomba aux mains des croisés en 1109. Elle fut ensuite, durant le temps des croisades, la capitale du comté de Tripoli, l'un des principaux États francs du Levant. En 1289, les mamelouks, emmenés par le sultan Qala'ûn, conquirent la ville.Du temps des Mamelouks, Tripoli garde encore un cachet tout spécial constitué par les nombreux monuments religieux reconnus par les couleurs blanches et noires de leurs façades. La vieille ville renferme des mosquées hors du commun comme celle de Taynal, Moaalaq, Tahham, Bortasiyyeh, etc. On retrouve dans le cœur de Tripoli, souk El Bazerkane, souk Al-Attarine, Bab el Ramal, des vieilles maisons ou des anciens palais marqués par le temps et les décennies de négligence, témoins du faste de la ville. Maisons méconnues, car cachées. Pendant les conflits, entre 1975 et 1990, des affrontements se sont déroulés à Tripoli comme dans toutes les grandes villes du Liban.La ville est connue pour abriter la forteresse Saint-Gilles. Cette forteresse fut la résidence des seigneurs du comté de Tripoli. Elle est aujourd'hui un lieu touristique. ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤ Tripoli (Lebanese Arabic: طرابلس Ṭrāblos or Ṭrēblos, Standard Arabic: Ṭarābulus; Greek: Τρίπολις Tripolis) is a city in Lebanon. Situated north of Batroun and the cape of Lithoprosopon, Tripoli is the capital of the North Governorate and the district of the same name. The city is located 85 km north of the capital Beirut, and can be described as the easternmost port of Lebanon. In ancient times, it was the center of a Phoenician confederation which included Tyre, Sidon and Arados, hence the name Tripoli, meaning "triple city" in Greek. Later, it was controlled successively by the Assyrian Empire, Persian Empire, Roman Empire, the Caliphate, the Seljuk Empire, Crusader States, the Mamluks, and the Ottoman Empire. The Crusaders established the County of Tripoli there in the twelfth century. Triplo is today the second-largest city and second-largest port in Lebanon, with approximately 500,000 inhabitants, mainly Sunni Muslims , along with fairly large communities of Christians and Alawite Muslims. The city borders El Mina, the port of the Tripoli district, which it is geographically conjoined with to form the greater Tripoli conurbation. ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤ هو أحد أقضية محافظة الشمال الثمانية، وتعتبر طرابلس العاصمة الإدارية للمحافظة و ضاحيتيها، البحصاص و البداوي، بالإضافة إلى شريطين ضيقين على امتداد شاطىء البحر، واحد باتجاه الشمال، و الآخر باتجاه الجنوب. لتلامس مساحته 24 كيلومترا مربعا. يحد طرابلس من الشمال قضائي المنية - الضنية و من الشرق قضاء زغرتا و من الجنوب قضاء الكورة. عيد الأضحى المبارك
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2008-11-26-USMonastir Vs Ittihad Tripolie 1 - 0 Sur 3.wmv
21 May 2009
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Women in zombies movies need to curb their screaming, says Sam Tripoli.
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18 Jul 2010
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4 Mar 2011
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libye tripoli benghazi misrata pendule tres ancien de gaddafi
21 May 2011
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*******memoriasviajeras**** Relato del crucero por el mediterranero y de las visitas a Tripoli, Malta y Cerdeña
9 Jun 2011
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BY SHELLY YANG ANCHOR MOLLY HULSEY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy. It has been seven days since rebel fighters and Col. Muammar Gaddafi loyalists began their battle in Tripoli--and now the casualties are beginning to show-- literally. Reports say some parts of the city are littered with decomposing dead bodies. Here’s CNN, reporting from outside a Tripoli hospital. “The first thing you notice is the smell. It’s horrible. They’re bringing out the bodies now. Trying to wrap them up in plastic to take them away. There’s a heavy smell of disinfectant. But the strongest smell, is the smell of rotting flesh.” According to Al Jazeera, extrajudicial killing from both sides of the battle are accountable for the increasing death toll. “As Libyan rivals make more gains and Muammar Gaddafi’s loyalists continue there is dissidents in the Libyan capital and other parts of the country, fighters on both sides have been accused of taking parts in mass executions following the discovery of scores of bodies across Tripoli.” But as The New York Times reports, there’s often confusion about who killed who. “Six were dumped near a trash receptacle, two left under a stairwell and one thrown in a large ditch, his hands apparently cuffed. Rebels said Qaddafi loyalists had killed them as they celebrated his fall. But one resident said they were [Qaddafi’s] fighters, slain by rebels.” Although the rebels swear they will find Gaddafi with minimal civilian losses, Al Jazeera shows-- it doesn’t mean Tripoli’s residents feel their safety is guaranteed, as rebels look out for themselves. “They had lost a lot of fighters in the battle of Abu Salim and are nervous, unsure if these residents could be trusted. One local doctor now fears reprisals even though he and many others were always against the regime.” DOCTOR: “Please, people of Libya. Don’t take this revolution from us. We’re like you. We want freedom.” And finally, ABC Australia reports on the difficulties humanitarian aid is facing in Tripoli. “The Red Cross and others have been overwhelmed with demands for food, hospital supplies, and other aid for the hundreds of thousands of ordinary Libyans affected by the conflict. With near anarchy in much of the country without police or other authorities, the United Nations says there maybe a need for an international police force to be deployed to restore law and order.” Sky News reports doctors at three major hospitals put Tripoli’s death toll at 230 people since the fighting began last week, though it may continue to rise. Follow NewsyVideos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
30 Aug 2011
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BY ADAM FALK ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO Algeria’s state news agency is reporting outsted Libyan leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi’s wife and three of his children fled to Algeria Monday morning. This is the first news on any of the Gaddafis since rebel forces stormed his fortress in Tripoli a week ago. Mourad Benmehidi, the Algerian ambassador to the United Nations, told CNN the family was granted entrance on “humanitarian grounds.” Algeria remains Libya’s only neighbor who has not recognized the Transitional National Council. The Washington Post reports... (euronews) “Throughout the uprising, Algeria has been accused of providing Gaddafi with mercenaries to fight against the rebel forces. Two days ago, Algeria strongly denied reports that Gaddafi and his sons might have entered the country on Friday in six armored Mercedes sedans.” Although there is still no word on the location of Gaddafi himself, Al Jazeera's Anita McNaught is reporting on the developments out of Tripoli. MCNAUGHT: "There have been rumours over the last few days that said the family members had gone and that Gaddafi himself may have gone. … This was denied by Algerian authorities some days ago. But there is no smoke without fire. We don't know where Gaddafi himself is, but we know these family members are in Algeria.” The rebel government in Tripoli isn’t taking the news lightly -- calling it an “act of aggression,” according to NPR. And NATO, which will continue its mission in Libya, sees the move as a clear sign of weakness. The head of NATO’s Joint Operations Command told The New York Times... “We believe the Qaddafi regime is near collapse, and we’re committed to seeing the operation through to its conclusion… Pockets of pro-Qaddafi forces are being reduced day by day… The regime no longer has the capacity to mount a decisive operation.” Finally, the Times notes another symbolic transition: Libyan state television has begun rebroadcasting -- this time, under control of the rebels. Transcript by Newsy.
31 Aug 2011
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Sam Tripoli rips on Fast Food Industry.
29 Sep 2011
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