North Africa


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North Africa

the part of Africa between the Mediterranean and the Sahara: consists chiefly of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and N Egypt
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interests in North Africa start with the region's strategic location.
There are much more serious objections to the idea of nations from the Middle East and North Africa joining the EU.
The agreement covers Eastern Europe, countries of the Former Soviet Union, Baltic and Nordic countries, as well as Middle East and North Africa.
In support of these hopeful trends across the region toward freedom and democratic government, the FY 2006 budget request proposes enhanced funding for diplomatic and assistance activities in the Middle East, North Africa and other countries with significant Muslim populations.
Scipio successfully invaded Carthaginian territories in North Africa and won a resounding victory at Zama over Hannibal's hastily recalled forces, ending the Second Punic War.
Looking at their trade and property rights performance, 53 percent of the countries in North Africa and the Middle East have repressive trade regimes, resulting in an overall trade score of 3.
CLASSIC VEGETARIAN COOKING FROM THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
Middle East field: professional journals and academic conferences largely ignore it, while books on North Africa go mostly unreviewed.
Barlow spent two years in North Africa, hammering out agreements and working to the keep the United States from going to war with the Barbary States.
Kaj Hoernle of the GEOMAR Research Center in Kiel, Germany, and his colleagues report evidence that much of North Africa and Europe sits above a massive upwelling of hot rock rising up through Earth's mantle.
6 million by 2014*, the Middle East and North Africa is undoubtedly a region rich with promise for those within the TV delivery ecosystem.
Summary: According to StarLink, as part of its geographical expansion plans for this year, continued investments will be made into North Africa to add resources expanding its on-the-ground presence in the region even further.