Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Chad,South Africa
Chad  is a landlocked country in Central Africa. The capital is N'Djamena. (A capital is the city where the government is. It was owned by the French until 1960. It suffers from poverty, illness, drought, and armed conflicts. The population of Chad is about 11,000,000 people.
Arabic and French are the official languages. Islam and Christianity are the most widely practiced re
Chad is the world's 21st-largest country. It is slightly smaller than Peru and slightly larger than South Africa. To the north is Libya, to the south is the Central African Republic, to the east is Sudan, and to the west are Cameroon, Nigeria and Niger.
The country's capital is 1,060 kilometres (660 mi) from the nearest seaport Douala, Cameroon. Due to this distance from the sea and the country's largely desert climate, Chad is sometimes called the "Dead Heart of Africa".


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