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Djibouti

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.
A quick Google Search should  suffice. 
Djibouti is 3 hours ahead of the universal time zone
Yes. Its the name of the only principal city within, and the name of the country.  
technically everyone in djibouti are allergic to food, and they eat milkshakes and smoothies.
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The 2011 population estimate put the capital at 496,000.
NO it can not { The country has no resources except the port and only survives because the French government pays it money every year.} that is the reason why it can't! u r welcome N.P Adi <3
WEll as far as I know the elk is djibouti national animal
  == The Palace of Kimbyacoodi with belong ed to the Prince Kahrn and Princess Alvia. Also the famous christian chruch called djibouti himuarn named after the man who built it Muhmmed himuarn. ==   == The Palace of Kimbyacoodi with belong ed to the Prince Kahrn and Princess Alvia. Also the...
-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
Principal exports from the region transiting Djibouti are coffee, salt, hides, dried beans, cereals, other agricultural products, and wax.
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French and Arabic are the official languages, but Somali and Afar are the most widely spoken.
dik dik(it looks like a dear), lepords, Wild dog(that's the name). JUST GO ON GOOGLE FOR THE REST XD /=D
His name is Ismail Omar Guelleh.
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Unnamed fruits and vegetables are listed by the CIA's World  Factbook.
A great area of historical interest in Djibouti is Lake Assal. It is the lowest point in Africa, at 515 feet below sea level. Many other points of interest in Djibouti are modern made.
The flight from Djibouti, Africa to Houston, Texas is 15 hours and 3 minutes long.
Abourma petroglyphs are in Tadjourah. The petroglyphs were madearound 3000 B.C. There is the Barogali elephant hunt site in Dikhilwhich were made by prehistoric man. Asa Koma is also in Dikhil. Itis a prehistoric settlement from the second millenia BC.
Because the plates keep moving which causes volcanic activity .
Forested area accounts for less than one percent of Djibouti's  total land area, but their "Day Forest National Park" in the  northern part of the country boasts four dominant species: the  African juniper, African olive, the camphor bush, and the  "Buxus hildebrantii".
the french system of formal study.
It is in the north-east of Africa.
  Also called Lake Karum, it is 502 feet below sea level.
Not wild ones wild
A simple globe would suffice.
Arabic and French are the official languages, Afar and Somali are also widely spoken.
Djibouti is physically located upon the Horn of Africa.
No. You weren't in active combat zone. If you were authorised the wear of a combat patch, you'd have received orders for it. You may, however, be awarded campaign ribbons and medals.
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...
it's name sounds like da bouti
95 percent practice the Religion of Islam, 3 percent practice the religion Roman Catholic, or to the Baha'i Faith or Protestant.  
name of the president in Djibouti city
Yes, the Mabla Moluntains in the Oblock Region rise to about 5,800  feet above sea level. See more at the related  Wikipedia link listed below:
The farmers try to grow vegetables , fruits and palms but often the lack of rain makes growing anythingimpossible.
Agricultural ProductsIndustryService JobsRe-exportinghides and SkinsSheepCattlefishGeothermal and Solar energy
Over 12 years have passed since Ismail Omar Guelleh became the president of Djibouti on 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...
"Unity, Equality, Peace"
Dileita Mohamed Dileita is the Prime Minister of Djibouti. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2011. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2010. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2009. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2008. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2007. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2006. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2005. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2004. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2003. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2002. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.
Ismail Omar Guelleh was the President of Djibouti in 2011. 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...
 Djibouti's population density is 22 per square kilometer. 
Djibouti lies in a hot, arid area of the Horn of Africa. Its area is 8,960 square miles. The soil is rocky and sandy and lies on volcanic layers. In the hot and humid climate, rainfall is very low. Most of the soil is not suitable for agriculture, and only about 10 percent is used as pasture. The...
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the majority are Muslims. Around 940 000 Muslims are in djibouti (~ 97% of the population) per PEW FORUM study as of Oct 1909.
theres one subway shop located in the airport
Latitude: N 11° 49' 30.4968" / Longitude: E 42° 35' 24.99"
No. There is no legal recognition of such marriages in Djibouti. Some sources say that Articles 347-352 of the Penal Code of 1995, "Impudent Acts", are used to prosecute same-sex sexual activity.
Djibouti is 8,958 sq miles.
It is in the northern hemisphere.
Ismail Omar Guelleh was the President of Djibouti in 2012. 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...
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  There is 2 men and 2 women in this team. Here's a french link to prove my answer. http://www.africatime.com/djibouti/nouvelle.asp?no_nouvelle=417842&no_categorie=5
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Effective 2012-03-01, all telephone numbers in Djibouti have 8 digits. Landline numbers in Djibouti City and Balbala added the prefix 21. Numbers in the inner districts (Dikhil, Arta, Tadjourah, Ali-Sabieh, Obock) added the prefix 27. Mobile numbers added the prefix 77. If the old six-digit number...
Djibouti is country code +253. Landlines in the city of Djibouti begin with +253 21. Landlines in the outer districts begin with +253 27. Mobile numbers begin with +253 77. All numbers have 8 digits following the country code +253. Note that all telephone numbers in Djibouti changed in March 2012...
It is located in Africa.
No, the Republic of Djibouti does not have nuclear technology.
Mostly flatbread and honey.
Ismail Omar Guelleh is the President of Djibouti in 2013. 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...
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...
Djibouti's economy is dependent upon acting as a transit port forthe region and as an international shipping and refueling center.