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In Senegal

What is the legal drinking age in Senegal?

There is no drinking age, so any teenager can technically drink. However, in a predominantly Muslim nation that respects Islamic law, teenagers, and people in general, are exp (MORE)

Why are the niger and senegal rivers important?

The Niger and Senegal River is important to Africa because is helps  farmers, fisherman, and herders transport their goods. It is a  transportation route for Africa to reach (MORE)
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What is the national language of Senegal?

The official language of Senegal is French but a recognised  regional language is Wolof which is spoken by 95%.
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Where is Dakar Senegal?

Dakar is the capital city of Senegal, located on the Cape Verde Peninsula, on the country's Atlantic coast. Its position, on the western edge of Africa (it is the westernmost (MORE)
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What is the motto of senegal?

The motto is in French: "Un Peuple, Un But, Une Foi" Translated to English this means: One People, One Goal (or aim), One Faith   snegal is smaller than the usa just a fac (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)
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What can you do in senegal?

i am from senegal and their are lots of things you can do over their like vist their new monument which is taller then the statue of liberty they been working on it forever yo (MORE)
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What are common surnames in Senegal?

Common surnames in Senegal include Faye, Senghor, Diome, and Mambety. Additional surnames include Diouf, Seck, Lo, Cisse, and Annerose. Senegal is located in West Africa.
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Where is Senegal?

On the West coast of Africa.    Senegal is a republic with a presidency; the president is elected  every five years as of 2001, previously being seven years, by adult  (MORE)
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What language do they speak in Senegal of Africa?

The first group consists of 6 languages recognized in 2001: Wolof, Serer, Fulani, Mandinka, Soninke and Diola. They are considered sufficiently equipped to be introduced in sc (MORE)