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Illizi is a wilaya (province) in the south-eastern corner of Algeria. The capital is also called Illizi. Another town is the oasis of Ganat (Djanet).



Provinces of Algeria
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Djelfa | El Bayadh | El Oued | El Tarf | Ghardaia | Guelma | Illizi | Jijel | Khenchela | Laghouat | Medea | Mila | Mostaganem | M'Sila | Muaskar |
Naama | Oran | Ouargla | Oum el Bouaghi | Relizane | Saida | Setif | Sidi Bel Abbes | Skikda | Souk Ahras | Tamanghasset | Tebessa | Tiaret | Tindouf | Tipasa | Tissemsilt | Tizi Ouzou | Tlemcen

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Illizi Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (147 words)
Illizi (Arabic: ولاية اليزي) is a wilaya in the south-eastern corner of Algeria.
The province is divided into three Daïras: in the northern zone, the Daïra of In Aménas, the Daïra containing the capital, the Daïra of Illizi, and the Daïra of Djanet.
Apart from the chief towns of a commune, there are a number of secondary localities.
Middle East Online (616 words)
Quoting unidentified sources, he said two groups of European tourists had been pinpointed in southern Algeria, one in Illizi and the other near the city of Tamanrasset, 1,900 kilometers (1,200 miles) south of the Mediterranean capital.
On Sunday Algeria's El Watan newspaper quoted security officials as saying that the tourists were being held by bandits in the Tamelrik mountain range, 150 kilometres west of Illizi, and that talks on their release had been underway for three weeks.
A diplomat in Bamako, the capital of neighbouring Mali, said on condition of anonymity on Sunday that the tourists had been kidnapped by smugglers, who may have links to an Islamist group, and the talks were being kept discreet as the lives of the tourists were in danger.
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