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Welcome to

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Luke Federer

on 13 February 2015

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Welcome to
by Luke Federer
Location
Absolute: Latitude- 9.02 degrees east
Longitude- 34.42 degrees south
Relative: North of Kenya, West of Somalia, South of Sudan and East of South Sudan.
Country Statistics
Area: 426,373 sq miles
Population: about 96,633,458 people
Literacy rate: 49% male 29% female.
Natural resources: crops, gold ,animal hides
Life expectancy: 62 male 65 female.
Daily Life
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main language is Amharic (related to arabic)
-Ethnic groups: Oromo (34%) and Somali (6%) are 2 of 65 five very small different ethnic groups
- Religious groups: 44% Ethiopian Orthodox church

19% Protestant 34% Islam
-food: mostly bread and stew (eating out is lazy)
Society
- Government: Federal Republic
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Laws and Customs
- Don't keep eye contact in conversation
- Use your whole hand
slowly nodding head means you are depressed
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Work cited

"Ethiopia." CultureGrams Online Edition. ProQuest, 2015. Web. 12 Feb 2015.
"Ethiopia." Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency, n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2015
Money
Capital Addis Ababa
- GDP per capita $1,300
- exchange rate $1= 19.92 birr

Ethiopia was once part of the Abyssinia empire the oldest empire in Africa. Ethiopia soon became independent from the Abyssinia Empire. Then in 1977 a civil war broke out between the dictator and his people. After overthrowing the Dictator, Ethiopia became the Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. Ethiopia is still rebuilding after the civil war.
News alerts
- a current drug war in Ethiopia, stay near big safe cities
- its safe as long as you don't go into the rural areas
Climate: daily high is 95 degrees
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