The border between Libya and Niger extends for 342 km in a west-to-east direction from the tripoint with Algeria to the tripoint with Chad following straight lines. The boundary originally vaguely defined the edges of French, British, and Italian colonial spheres of influence in northern Africa. It has remained rather ill-defined since both States’ independence and has never been disputed by Libya or Niger.

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