Algeria is the second-largest country in Africa. Oil and gas products make up for most of Algeria's exports. Algeria ranks as the second largest exporter of gas and oil products after Russia. The Sahara desert makes up more than 90 percent of Algeria's territory.
The population of Algeria is approximately 31 million people. The primary language of Algeria is Arabic, although French dialects are also widely spoken. The primary religion of this country is Sunni Muslim.
Botswana has the world's richest diamond mines. But, unfortunately it also has the world's highest AIDS infection rate. Over one-third of Botswana's people suffer from the disease. Although livestock employs seventy-five percent of the population, diamonds are its richest product.
The population of Botswana is approximately one million five hundred and seventy-six thousand people. Primary languages spoke are English and Setswana. Their primary religion is made up of about 50% local beliefs, and 50% Christian beliefs.
Chad is one of Africa's least developed countries; it has more than 100 languages, three religions and three types of weather. Chad's main source of income is cotton and its chief business is cotton ginning. Starting in 2001, a controversial oil pipeline was started in Chad, run by Exxon Mobil, and could bring millions of dollars to the Chad government.
The population of the country of Chad is approximately eight million four hundred and twenty-five thousand people. Chad's official language is French and Arabic, but they also have over 100 other languages in their country. The three main religions are Muslim, Christian and Animist.... [continues]
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