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sharon egure

on 24 January 2013

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Transcript of Syria

Environmental Concerns Sources! Other environmental problems include pollution of coastal waters from oil spills and human wastes and contamination of inland waterways by industrial wastes and sewage The pollution of the nation's water supply also leads to the spread of diseases The Mediterranean monk seal, bald ibis, and African softshell turtle are endangered. The Anatolian leopard, cheetah, Syrian wild ass, Israel painted frog and Persian fallow deer are extinct SYRIA Religion Economy Education Traditions Muslim
Jewish Syria is based on a diversified economy that revolves around agriculture, oil, industry and tourism.
GDP: $64.7 billion Brief History Syria fell to the Ottoman Turks in 1516 and remained a part of their Ottoman Empire for four centuries. During this period, Syria witnessed great deterioration in economic, social, and political fields
Later in 1918, Syria was declared an independent kingdom under King Faisal I, son of Sharif Hussein.
In 1949, Syria 's national government was overthrown by a military coup d'etat led by Hussni al-Zaim. Later that year Zaim was overthrown by his colleague Sami al-Hinnawi. By: Sharon Egure, Javier Gilchrist, and Stewart OPEC? Syria is not a member of OPEC. Syrian Uprising ongoing armed conflict in Syria between forces loyal to the Syrian Ba'ath Party government and those seeking to oust it. The conflict began on 15 March 2011 with nationwide demonstrations, as part of the wider protest movement known as the Arab Spring Rebels wish t oust Bashar Al- Assad Population They have a population of 22,530,746 and its rapidly growing Major populated cities:Aleppo,Damascus,Hims and Hamah Their trading partners are Saudi,Arabia,China,UAE.Turkey,Iran,Italy,,Russia and IRAQ Enviromental Concerns Their current issues are deforestation; overgrazing; soil erosion; desertification; water pollution from raw sewage and petroleum refining wastes; inadequate potable water
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