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has stated that Nigerians fell cheap to fake promises ahead of the 2015 elections,People have been paying tribute to their friend who fell to her death at the Grand Canyon British Transport Police (@BTP) June 22, which has gone from being a garrison town to a violent hub for smuggl..VIEW MOREPhilippe Dudouit—Contact Press Images1 of 14portfolioBlood and Human Trafficking in the Dustbowl of LibyaDan StewartSep 17 2015In the southwestern corner of Libya deep in the arid hinterland of the Sahara desert there is a city where the state’s slow motion collapse has precipitated a deadly tribal conflict The city is named Ubari in the southern district known as the Fezzan and the battle between the Touareg and Tubu tribes encompasses not just the failure of Libya but also the challenges facing North Africa as unrest in Nigeria Mali and Niger drive streams of migrants north towards EuropeRelatedportfolioThe Small Town Police Force Behind the Viral Photo of an OverdoseportfolioThe Small Town Police Force Behind the Viral Photo of an OverdoseSwiss photojournalist Philippe Dudouit spent time in Ubari earlier this year as the war worsened documenting the conflict as part of The Dynamics of Dust a project on the people of the Sahara that he has been working on since 2008 Dudouit whose work appears in the current international edition of TIME explains the war in Ubari as a “kind of a football game” between two rival tribes that are being manipulated by Libya’s rival governments in the north — Dignity the UN-recognized government based in Tobruk and Libya Dawn the coalition of Islamist militia headquartered in the capital city of Tripoli “The two biggest tribes in the Fezzan are fighting each other for chaotic reasons that even they don’t know” he saysTo understand the conflict it’s necessary to go back to the days when Libya was ruled by Muammar Gaddafi The Fezzan was then as it is now a sparsely populated desert region where the main economy consists of smuggling contraband across Libya’s porous borders with Algeria Chad and Niger Everything from cigarettes to small arms traveled northwards to Libya while subsidized food and fuel went south to be sold for a markup Human cargo too was trafficked across the border migrants fleeing unrest in west AfricaThe Tubu tribesmen helped control the flow of traffic across the southern border with Niger and Chad from its capital Murzuq while the Touareg controlled border regions with Algeria and a small slice of the Niger border from the Touareg capital of Ubari Neither was particularly loyal to Gaddafi before he was deposed; although the dictator invested in infrastructure in Ubari to help upkeep of its oil gas and water industries he was content to keep the tribespeople poor and uneducatedAfter Gaddafi was deposed in 2011 the region descended further into lawlessness The regime’s few border guards went north to fight allowing smuggling to boom into a $38 billion economy The rival tribes began an increasingly violent struggle that in September 2014 blossomed into armed conflict on the streets of Ubari The Tubu say they are helping fight Islamic extremism; the Touareg claim they are simply trying to protect their homes and communities But more than that it’s a “fight for territory” Dudouit says “not just for smuggling access but also for a city that bridges two natural resources gas and water”The potential for control of these valuable resources was enough to get Libya’s rival governments involved; the Tubu have received backing from Dignity while Libya Dawn has helped arm some Touareg groups But Dudouit says that while the north’s involvement has helped fuel the conflict the lines of support are far from clear “The tribal dynamics are complicated” he says “Some of the Touaregs are still supported by the government in Tobruk while others are supported by Tripoli And the Tubus are only following the Tubus… they really want to be accepted as themselves”Photographer Philippe Dudouit working in Libya 2015? " I dont understand the anger of her Chinese fans. says the park is "government entanglement with religion" and doesn’t make the state attractive to scientists and technically minded individuals. especially those with science backgrounds, and some go to the west, But any drastic deceleration of the aircraft would have set off the emergency beacon, arguing that it "seeks to answer an important question about the optimal amount of blood transfusion that we give to patients with low red blood cell counts who have had a heart attack.
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