Part of Sahara. Covers eastern Libya and western Egypt, and touches Sudan and Chad.
Designation of the region in the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea, particularly Lebanon and Syria, but also for Greece, Turkey, Israel, and Egypt.
City in Western Sahara (occupied by Morocco) with an estimated 300,000 inhabitants. Economy is based upon governmental subsidies, military activities, regional administration and trade.
City in Egypt with 200,000 inhabitants, situated on the Nile in central Egypt. Economy is based upon tourism, and production of cereals, sugarcane and dates.
Israeli party formed in 1973, representing conservative powers in Israeli politics. Its name is Hebrew for "unity".
Included in the religious text of Christianity, the New Testament, and arranged as the third book. Includes details of style, authorship and date.
British archaeologist, adventurer, soldier and author. Known as Lawrence of Arabia after cooperating with Arab forces during the World War 1, where he was strongly involved in the actions that drove the Ottomans out of the Arabian peninsula and the Levant. Includes biography.