Cultural Markers in the Later-Prehistory of Northeastern Africa
and Recent Research (pp.
Scattered blue-grey clouds cover the Mediterranean Sea and the Sinai, while much of northeastern Africa
The Arab League is a regional organization of Arab states in north and northeastern Africa
, and southwestern Asia.
At a House of Representatives committee session, opposition lawmaker Akihisa Nagashima invited Aso to comment on a proposal that the Japanese government order the MSDF to escort ships in the region off northeastern Africa
, where many piracy attacks are known to have taken place.
Since the sixteenth century, Idris argues that one of the drivers of state expansion in northeastern Africa
was the acquisition of slaves from Southern Sudan, and Western Sudan (Darfur) to a lesser extent.
China leads the list with 29, followed by Cuba at 24 and 14 in Eritrea in Northeastern Africa
Epidemics of Rift Valley fever, a deadly mosquito-borne disease, rage through northeastern Africa
during years of unusual warmth," said the study.
The world's longest river is in northeastern Africa
and flows north about 4,160 miles to the sea.
Movement of Arabica coffee cultivation from northeastern Africa
, into other parts of the tropics, is often credited to European explorers and buccaneers from Spain, Portugal, Holland, France and Britain.