The almost 1,000 km-long desert boundary between Algeria and Libya has been delimited and demarcated by agreement from the tripoint with Tunisia in the north to the town of Ghat in the south. The southernmost third of the boundary, from Ghat southeastwards through the virtually-uninhabited central Sahara desert to the tripoint with Niger, was only delimited in the most general terms by the former colonial powers of France and Italy, and its alignment remains in question between Algeria and Libya today.

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