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Based at the scholarship within the acclaimed educational Encyclopedia of Africa, that is aimed toward collage and graduate scholars, this paintings offers Africa, from Egypt to Cape city and from prehistoric instances to the current day, in a layout that's inviting to school scholars. The 4-vol. set spans many disciplines with its articles on animals, meals, vacation trips and gala's, tribal teams, ecology, tune and artwork, exchange and the financial system, geography, faith, folklore, and fossil and skeletal discoveries. (20021101)

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By reducing the number of productive workers, the disease will create severe labor shortages in industries and agriculture. Schools and hospitals will be understaffed. Large numbers of children will lose their parents to AIDS. Already, the disease has left more than 13 million African children orphaned, and it is estimated that this number will rise to 40 million by 2010. As a result, vast numbers of children may grow up in poverty with few opportunities and little hope. At present, the prospects for controlling HIV and AIDS in Africa appear dim.

The FIS targeted leaders who spoke against it, including Mohammad Boudiaf, president of the State Council, who was assassinated in 1992. The government’s response was equally harsh, imprisoning suspected FIS sympathizers without trial, and resorting at times to torture and execution of such prisoners. In 1994 General Liamine Zeroual assumed control of Algeria and made some attempts to resolve the conflict. He called for elections to be held in 1997, but barred political parties that based membership on religion or language from participating.

Africa_vol1 1/14/03 9:07 AM Page 31 Animals, Domestic The country’s rural inhabitants often follow the same traditions and ways of life their ancestors did. Others, especially city dwellers, have adopted more modern lifestyles. In every region and walk of life, Angolans retain long-standing ethnic loyalties and distinctions. The many differences that enrich Angola’s culture also continue to fuel the nation’s political unrest. ) A Animals, Animals, Domestic Domestic * domesticated raised by humans as farm animals or pets * evolution changes in groups organisms that occur over time of fricans have been raising animals for their own use for thousands of years.

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