What countries are not part of Maghreb a Tunisia b Algeria c Egypt d Morocco?
Maghreb covers much of northwest Africa to the west of Egypt. Egypt is therefore not part of Maghreb, which now includes Libya, Mauritania and the Western Sahara, as well as Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.
Maghreb means west. The countries of the Maghreb region of Northwest Africa (which is sometimes called Maghrib)are Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Libya, and Mauritania. Traditionally the geographical region included only Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya. The Arab Mahgreb Union of 1989 included Mauritania in the economic group.
It's Arabic. It's the official language of all the 5 Maghreb countries (Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya, & Mauritania), in addition to other non-official languages such as French which is widely spoken in Morocco, Tunisia, & Algeria, and Berber which is spoken in Morocco, Algeria, and some communities in Tunisia, Mauritania, & Libya.