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North Afrika is a general region in Afrika.

Map of North Africa.

Places

Territories and regions

Countries and territories Area
(km²)
Population Density
(per km²)
Capital GDP (Total) GDP per capita Currency Government Official languages
 Algeria 2,381,741 [1] 37,100,000 14.5 Algiers $254.7 billion (2010 est.)[1] $7,400 (2010 est.) Algerian dinar Presidential republic Arabic language (official), Berber (national)
 Egypt 1,001,450 80,471,869 80.4 Cairo $500.9 billion (2010) $6,200 (2010) Egyptian pound Semi-presidential republic Arabic
 Libya 1,759,540 6,461,454 3.7 Tripoli $89.03 billion (2010)[2] $13,800 (2010) Libyan dinar Provisional authority Arabic
 Morocco 446,550 [3] 32,226,056 70.8 Rabat $153.8 billion (2010)[4] $4,900 (2010) Moroccan dirham Constitutional monarchy Arabic language and Berber (both official)
 Sudan 1,886,068 30,894,000 16.4 Khartoum $98.79 billion (2010) prior to break up[5] $2,200 (2010)—prior to break-up Sudanese pound Federal republic (Authoritarian) Arabic and English (both official)
 Tunisia 163,610 10,589,025 64.7 Tunis $100.3 billion (2010)[6] $9,500 (2010) Tunisian dinar Republic Arabic
 Western Sahara[7]
266,000 [8] 320,000 1.2 El Aaiún (Laâyoune) (controlled by Morocco) $900 million (2007)[9] $2,500 (2007) Moroccan dirham Constitutional monarchy Arabic language and Berber (both official), Hassaniya (recognized)
Total, North Africa 7,904,959 195,637,341 24.7 $1.2 trillion $5,700

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See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "ALGERIA". The World Factbook. CIA. 
  2. "LIBYA". The World Factbook. CIA. 
  3. "Site institutionnel du Haut-Commissariat au Plan du Royaume du Maroc". 
  4. "MOROCCO". The World Factbook. CIA. 
  5. "SUDAN". The World Factbook. CIA. 
  6. "TUNISIA". The World Factbook. CIA. 
  7. Under Moroccan administration
  8. Estimate based on the 2004 Moroccan census. No census specific to the borders of the territory since 1975.
  9. "WESTERN SAHARA". The World Factbook. CIA. 
  10. "The World Factbook". CIA. Retrieved 2011-02-11. 
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