Category: Africa

Sudan Economy

ECONOMY: AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK AND FISHING Agriculture still occupies the majority of Sudanese today (43.1% of the active population in 2018); however, the cultivated area is equal to 22.87% of the territory. In fact, the country has a high agricultural potential that...

Morocco History

In the 12th century a. C., the Phoenicians installed trading posts on the Mediterranean and Atlantic coast, from where they came to control the silver and gold trade coming from the interior. Later the Carthaginians founded commercial warehouses on the Moroccan...

Libya History

Formerly a settlement of peoples as diverse as the Phoenicians, the Romans and the Turks, Libya was named after the Greek colonists in the second century before the Christian era. Phoenicians and Greeks arrived in the country in the 7th century...

Libya Country Facts

From the 1970s onwards, Libya appeared frequently on international news because of the attitudes of its head of state, Muammar al Gaddafi, accused of supporting terrorism. Muslim country in which several Mediterranean cultures left their mark, Libya has most of its...

Mali Democracy and Rights

Democracy and rights Abbreviated as MLI by Abbreviationfinder, Mali has had free elections and a functioning multi-party system since 1992. But a coup in 2012, and subsequent conflicts with Tuaregic separatists and Islamist terrorists, has weakened both democracy and respect for...