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Transcript of Somalia
Muslim's live there. There religion was 99% Islam and 1% Christianity European colonization began in the 19th century. Italy colonized Somalia. European's intrest in Somalia devoloped after 1893 when British began to use Aden as coaling stations for ships on the route to India. In the 1880's three European powers fight for Africa. Italy wins. Qat: a stimulus drug somewhat like amphetamine but not as strong. You can chew Qat and it is a shurb. Also spelled khat or kat. After effects are exhaustion, sadness, irritable, twitchy, and depression. After the drug has worn off, the user can still feel paranoid or scared.
– feel false sense of confidence
– become paranoid or scared
– feel like you have more energy
– feel as though you don’t need to eat
–feel you can do anything
– feel you are in control
–feel more talkative
Famine and droughts are some of the problems that Somalia have, it has killed many Somalia’s people
Imports: Uranium, largely unexploited reserves of iron ore, tin, gypsum, bauxite, copper , salt
Are some natural resources Exports: Livestock, bananas, hides, fish , charcoal, scrap metal Imports: petroleum products, foodstuffs, construction materials "Somalia." Religion. U.S Library of Congress, 2010. Web. 21 Apr 2010. <http://countrystudies.us/somalia/44.htm>.
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"It's not a Natural Diaster: It's Murder." Famine in Somalia. N.p., 2010. Web. 22 Apr 2010. <http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/ws92/famine37.html>.
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"Somalia, Africa." (2010): n. pag. Web. 21 Apr 2010. <http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl>.
http://letustalk.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/somalia.jpg www.trekearth.com/.../Bosaso/photo215930.htm http://cache.virtualtourist.com/3334887-Travel_Picture-Somalia.jpg Capital: Mogadishu