African country

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Noun1.African country - any one of the countries occupying the African continentAfrican country - any one of the countries occupying the African continent
country, land, state - the territory occupied by a nation; "he returned to the land of his birth"; "he visited several European countries"
Africa - the second largest continent; located to the south of Europe and bordered to the west by the South Atlantic and to the east by the Indian Ocean
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Large African country delegations regularly troop to workshops such as the World Economic Forum (WEF) taking place annually in Davos, Switzerland, hawking their countries' attractions, "networking", and warming the seats on debating panels with Western and emerging powers' executives and government leaders.
The project establishes distance learning and online treatment sites in each African country.
Summary: BY making a second visit to an African country in less than three months, President Mohamed Morsi intended to affirm Egypt's full return to Africa and its leading role in the continent.
He further noted Iran's activities in Uganda, and said the Iranian private sector has a major role in many developmental projects in the African country.
AaAaAa Morocco is keen to be more involved in the development initiatives mentioned in the action plan of this forum, he said, adding that the North African country is ready to share its expertise in the fields of agriculture, fisheries, construction and irrigation with African countries, through a triangular cooperation "Morocco-Korea-Africa".
Botswana is the rising star moving into slot number 56 while South Africa is the only African country in the top half.
ZIMBABWE'S cricket team will not tour England next year after Lord's chiefs officially severed ties with the African country with full support from the Government.
Ethiopia was the only African country to rebuff European colonization, repulsing Italian invaders in 1806.
In Sierra Leone--a West African country where chimps live--80 percent of forest lands disappeared between 1980 and 1995.
Infections in the East African country, which once had the highest rate in the world, have dropped from 30 percent of the population in the early 1990s to around 10 percent today.
The president of the south African country of Namibia has ordered police to arrest and deport all homosexuals, Zenit news service has reported.
Cameroon -- In partnership with the Ministry of Public Service, the Trust recently completed a study of personnel records and archival management practices in the government of this West African country.

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