Algeria Government

Algeria Government

According to the data of an evaluation of 1940, the total population would amount to 7,600,000 residents, With an annual increase equal to that which occurred approximately in the five-year period 1931-36. The characteristics of the human settlement have remained substantially unchanged, except those of the main ports (especially Algiers and Oran) and of some […]

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Sierra Leone History

Sierra Leone History

According to topschoolsintheusa, the Portuguese explored the coasts of present-day Sierra Leone from the end of the 15th century, and established commercial factories that disappeared with the arrival of the English slave traders, with whom it became one of the main centers of this abominable activity. At the beginning of the 19th century it became a British colony, […]

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Fez, Morocco

Fez, Morocco

Fès [fεs], Fez [fε ː z], city in northern Morocco, on the edge of the Sebou basin, 350 m above sea level, (2019) 1.17 million residents. Administrative seat of the prefecture of the same name and the Fès-Meknes region; cultural, intellectual and religious center of the country, oldest and highest ranking of its four “royal […]

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Travel to Kenya

Travel to Kenya

Close-up shoe polishers on Kenyatta Avenue and proud masseuses in colored kangas. Palm-clad beaches on the Indian Ocean and permanent snow on top of Africa’s highest mountains. Flamingo pink lakes in the Great Rift Valley and vast grasslands that resound with the roar of lions, hyenas and the roar of wildebeest. Karen Blixen’s Kenya takes […]

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Ethiopia

Children Education in Ethiopia

Since 2007, seven of Ethiopia’s regions have established their own anti-corruption bodies to combat and prevent corruption. On Friday, August 4, 2017, the ten-month emergency in Ethiopia was lifted. But droughts, floods and internal conflicts continue to make the situation difficult for the country’s residents. In addition, the country receives many refugees from neighboring countries. […]

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