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Djibouti

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Djibouti is a country in Northeast Africa. It is bordered by Eritrea in the north and Ethiopia in the south. With a total population of 818,159 (as of 2009), it is one of the least populous countries in Africa.
The distance is 5647 miles.
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It is bordered by Eritrea in the north, Ethiopia in the west and south, and Somalia in the southeast.
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President :Ismail Omar Guelleh Prime Minister: Dileita Mohamed Dileita
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The red star symbolizes the hardships the Djiboutians had to over come to gain independence from France in 1958. Red meaning the blood shed in the grusome war between the Djiboutians and the French. The five points of the star each represent the famous Five Verses of Sirnanking (the Djibouti nationa…
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Djibouti is a very small country in Africa. Its neighbors are Ethiopia, Somalia, and Eritrea. It has Lake Assal which is the saltiest lake in the world.
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Republic with unicameral legislature
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Republic of Djibouti is a sovereign country in the horn of Africa. It was ruled by France from 1894 till 1977. In 1977 a referendum was held in Djibouti to decide fate of Djibouti in which 98.8 percent of population voted in favor of independence.
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Paris and Djibouti are both capital cities, both their countries' largest cities, both primarily French-speaking (Djibouti was founded by the French in 1888).
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Yes. Its the name of the only principal city within, and the name of the country.
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-They are both capital cities (Djibouti of Djibouti, Paris of France) -They are both the largest cities in their countries -French is spoken primarily in both cities (Djibouti also has Arabic) -France used to own Djibouti, and obviously still owns Paris
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The cities of Djibouti and Paris have several things in common. Both cities speak French, and both are their country's capital city.
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His name is Ismail Omar Guelleh.
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Abourma petroglyphs are in Tadjourah. The petroglyphs were made around 3000 B.C. There is the Barogali elephant hunt site in Dikhil which were made by prehistoric man. Asa Koma is also in Dikhil. It is a prehistoric settlement from the second millenia BC.
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Africa
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It is in the north-east of Africa.
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Because a third of it's population are Nomadic. Djibouti's literacy rate increased from 70.3% to 82% in 2010
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Arabic and French are the official languages, Afar and Somali are also widely spoken.
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I havre no clue if this is right my causin told me this but its elivation is helped by stakes in the ground
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Mainly plateaus, plains, and highlands. Arid desert plateaus known as the "Ethiopian xeric grasslands and shrublands ecoregion" make up the bulk of the landform of Djibouti, but the "Eritrean coastal desert", along the Red Sea coastline, is the exception to the rule. There are also eight mountain ra…
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-509 feet
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Eritrea, Somalia & Ethiopia
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It is located in Africa.
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Djibouti is physically located upon the Horn of Africa (north east Africa).
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There aren't any obvious points of interest in Djibouti city except for the Central Market (Marche Central) which buzzes with activity in the mornings. By the afternoon, Djibouti city gets very quiet and it's not just the heat that folks are avoiding, but the national pastime - chewing Qat, begins i…
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Djibouti's economy is dependent upon acting as a transit port for the region and as an international shipping and refueling center.
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Djibouti was once ruled by France so they speak French.
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French and Arabic are the official languages. Somaili and Afar are also spoken.
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It was called Punt in ancient times. It was also called French Somaliland.
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Djibouti is a country in Africa.
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According to the International Trade Centre, the top five export categories for Djibouti in 2008, along with percentage of total exports, were:Live animals (26.5%)Mineral fuels, oils, distillation products, etc. (20.1%)Raw hides, skins, and leather - not fur skins (6.8%)Pearls, precious stones, meta…
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Ismail Omar Guelleh is the President of Djibouti. He became the 2nd President of Djibouti in 1999 May 8. Guelleh was re-elected on 2005 April 8 in a single candidate election for another 6-year term, which he said would be his last. He was expected to leave office on 2011 May 7. However in 2010, he …
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Officially it is 47.1 C at Djibouti City.
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Djibouti All the questions about Djibouti - answered and unanswered - can be found at this link: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/FAQ/8786
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11.8251° North, 42.5903° East11° 30′ 0″ n, 43° 0′ 0″ e
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Yes, Djibouti is bordered by 3 countries in Africa. Djibouti is in Africa.
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djibouti passport visa free countries
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Africa...
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There aren't any obvious points of interest in Djibouti city except for the Central Market (Marche Central) which buzzes with activity in the mornings. By the afternoon, Djibouti city gets very quiet and it's not just the heat that folks are avoiding, but the national pastime - chewing Qat, begins i…
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Located near the world's busiest shipping lanes, many freighters may be observed, passing by. Arabian oil fields may be of interest, as well as the rail traffic to and from Ethiopia. Lake Assal is the saltiest lake in the world, and the lowest point in Africa. The Gulf of Aden remains subject to mar…
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peter akagobao the third
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Djibouti is in Eastern Africa, bordering the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea, between Eritrea and Somalia.
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Scott,SK. population 91 and it still holds its town status.
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96% Muslim 4% christian
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The major industries of Djibouti are reexports, coffee, and hides and skins.
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Djibouti got the name from Shahrukh khan who was salman khan's brother, That's why Its called Djibouti.
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president Ismael Omar Galei is the richest man in Djibouti.
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it has killed them
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Picai and Tinkasin are there national drinks.
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i don't now ask your mom
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The city of Djibouti is the capital of the country Djibouti.
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british
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from G.O.E.T.I.A of skyscrapercity.com
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The population of the country of Djibouti is 516,055. The population of the capital city of Djibouti is estimated at 400,000 people.
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A Djiboutian.
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checkers, chess, backgammon, spades, Russian Roulet and the Knife Game
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in djibouti they like to wear alot of loose clothes but on hot days they usually wear nothing at all
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This is a pointless question because I myself was searching for hours and only found the current presidents name. Omar Guelleh.
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La Siesta Hotel in Djibouti is a 4 star and not a 5 star.
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popo caca frijoles hat mouth
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there are no regular flowing rivers in DJibouti
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The capital of Djibouti is Djibouti!
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Djibouti is a place which lies in the north eastern part of Africa.It does not have a capital of itself.
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The president of the Republic of Djibouti lives in Djibouti city, which is the capital. Djibouti is a country in Africa, located on the Gulf of Aden.
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i can give the names of these fruits in somali parceque je ne sais pas ces noms en francais or in english
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Djibouti has a semidesert climate.
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27 June 1977
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they eat minestrone soup.
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i hav eno clue but i bet its cool
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The center of its capital, Djibouti City, is located at11.590° north latitude43.149° east longitude.
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The climate in Djibouti ranges from the 60's to the 90's. it gets very little rainfall and no snow!!
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the main dietary staples in Djibouti are fresh seafood, meat, and lentils.
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Djiboutians  tend to wear formal clothing. Women Wear dresses and sometimes head dresses and head jewelry.
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Djibouti is a semidesert with scattered plateaus and highlands.
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The majority of the population of Djibouti (94%) are Muslim.
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in 1922
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absolutly NO idea!
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It is below the south end of the Red Sea on the East end of Africa. It is a small country surrounded by Ethiopia. If you locate the middle east on a map, look below it to Africa and you should find it.
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the land formy kind
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on the Horn of Africa
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because they ran out of oil and there was oil in Djibouti
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Hassan Gouled Aption (1916-)political leader
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Djibouti gained independence through wars and major struggles with France. The country gained its independence on June 27, 1977 and was the last French colony in Africa.
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They eat different kinds of fruit, vegetables,meat, poultry and whatever else they can find in a market. Kind of like in America.
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52 degree Celsius
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It's worth approx $00.60sixty cents.Carey in Canada
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it is pronounced jubutie
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Bab el Mandeb Strait
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Men and women only live about 42 years.
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Djibouti is a very poor country.
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Bab-el-Mandeb....The Bab-el-Mandeb (variously transliterated Mandab or Mandib, and with article "el-" given also as "al-", with or without connecting dashes) meaning "Gate of Tears" in Arabic (باب المندب), is a strait located between Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula and Djibouti and Eritrea, …
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they eat a lot of different kinds of cuisines.
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chicken, brocoli, and raw hot dogs
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