Horn of Africa

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Horn of Africa

A peninsula in northeastern Africa including Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti. The Horn of Africa is a major coffee exporter. However, because of political instability in Somalia, the waters around the Horn suffer from piracy.
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* Historical relations with North and Northeast Africa have an exclusive place in the memories of our peoples.
Skillful forecasts depend on model ability to simulate ocean-atmosphere coupling and transmit global circulation anomalies to northeast Africa [9, 40-43].
Terrified Dili - who fled the country in northeast Africa and settled inHuddersfield - hid in a water pot during the attack on his village.
She said someone was going to kill her." Genet had moved to Coventry from Eritrea, in northeast Africa, six years ago and was granted asylum in this country in 2005.
Sudan is in northeast Africa and is the largest country on the continent, measuring about a fourth the size of the United States.
I am convinced that Russian-Sudanese cooperation in international affairs will continue to serve as a factor in strengthening peace, security and stability, especially in this vast region of Northeast Africa," Medvedev stressed.
Its location in northeast Africa, south of Egypt and west of Ethiopia, placed it at the crossroads of ancient civilization.
ITWorx, a software professional services firm based in Egypt, has signed a strategic alliance with Esri Northeast Africa, a leading geographic information system (GIS) services provider, to deliver advanced geo-enabled public sector solutions.
It will fly to destinations within four-and-a-half hours of the Gulf Arab emirate, including the Middle East, key points in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Northeast Africa (Nairobi, Dares Salaam, Addis Ababa, Cairo), and as far as Greece in Southern Europe, plus Central Asia.
The monarchy is in northeast Africa, one of just five SPP relationships the National Guard currently has on the continent--one that will help to chart the course for Africa.
Mr Asher combines his military background with a first-hand understanding of the area to show that Gordon's mission and death were only part of a much larger conflict between British Christian civilisation and the native Mohammedanism of northeast Africa. He also shows how the penchant for fanaticism survived the death of the Mahdi and his regime to re-emerge in the Sudan in the 1990s when a Mahdist movement took power.
It was simply a moral obligation for the 300 people who showed up in Eugene on Sunday to rally for an end to genocide that has killed at least 180,000 people during the past three years in the Darfur region of Sudan in northeast Africa.
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