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  2. 4 days ago · North Africa, region of Africa comprising the modern countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya. North Africa The geographic entity North Africa has no single accepted definition.

  3. 1 day ago · Its northern extremity is Al-Ghīrān Point, near Al-Abyaḍ Point (Cape Blanc), Tunisia; its southern extremity is Cape Agulhas, South Africa; its farthest point east is Xaafuun (Hafun) Point, near Cape Gwardafuy (Guardafui), Somalia; and its western extremity is Almadi Point (Pointe des Almadies), on Cape Verde (Cap Vert), Senegal.

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    16 hours ago · Most of the continent lies in the tropics, except for a large part of Western Sahara, Algeria, Libya and Egypt, the northern tip of Mauritania, and the entire territories of Morocco, Ceuta, Melilla, and Tunisia which in turn are located above the tropic of Cancer, in the northern temperate zone.

    • 30,370,000 km² (11,730,000 sq mi) (2nd)
    • 1,393,676,444 (2021; 2nd)
  5. 16 hours ago · This is a list of countries and territories by the United Nations geoscheme, including 193 UN member states, two UN observer states (the Holy See and the State of Palestine), two states in free association with New Zealand (the Cook Islands and Niue), and 49 non-sovereign dependencies or territories, as well as Western Sahara (a disputed territory whose sovereignty is contested) and Antarctica.

  6. 2 days ago · The three North African countries of Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco are closely connected in sentiment and foreign policy with the Arab states. In addition, geographic factors often require statesmen and others to take account of Afghanistan and Pakistan in connection with the affairs of the Middle East. Britannica Quiz

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