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Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone History: Sierra Leone (meaning mountain of the lion) was the name originally given to this area by Portuguese sailors mainly on account of the thunderstorms around its coastal peaks. It lies on

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Sao Tome & Principe

Sao Tome & Principe History: Saudi Arabia, named after the ruling dynasty of Sa’ud, occupies nearly fourth-fifths if the Arabian Peninsula. In the province of Hejaz are Medina and Mecca

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Samoa

Samoa Samoa in South Pacific consists of the two large islands of Savaii and Upolu, the small islands of Manono and Apolima and several uninhabited islets lying off the coast.

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Qatar

Qatar History: Qatar declared its independence from Britain on Sept. 3, 1971. It is an absolute monarchy. Oil revenues give Qatar a per capita income among the highest in the world.

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Russia

Russia History: Russia, an independent country since 1991, is 75% of the total area of the former Soviet Union and has 50% of its total population. About 70% of USSR’s

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Poland

Poland History: A republic of upper central Europe, Poland’s history goes back to the tenth century A.D partitioned in the 18th century, it became independent in 1918. The Nazi invasion

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Palau

Palau History: An archipelago in the Western Pacific, Palau consists of 26 islands and over 300 islets. In 1914 japan occupied the islands, which became part of the UN Trust territory

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Panama

Panama History: panama, the southern-most of the Central American nations, is a narrow strip of territory at the southern end of the isthmus separating North and South America. Panama declared

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Palestine

  Palestine The historic declaration of an independent Palestine comprising West Bank of river Jordan and Gaza strip was made by Yassar Arafat, leader of Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) on

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Pakistan

Pakistan History: The Muslim state that emerged from partition of British India on 14 August 1947 included an eastern wing comprising mainly the eastern half of Bengal province and parts

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