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  2. Afghanistan Category: Government - National holiday: Independence Day, 19 August (1919)

  3. Bassas da India Category: Government - Dependency status: possession of France; administered by the Administrateur Superieur of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands

  4. Burma Category: Transportation - Roadways (km): total: 27,000 km; paved: 3,200 km; unpaved: 23,800 km (2006)

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  5. Turkey Category: Military - Military - note: a "National Security Policy Document" adopted in October 2005 increases the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) role in internal security, augmenting the General Directorate of Security and Gendarmerie General Command (Jandarma); the TSK leadership continues to play a key role in politics and considers itself guardian of Turkey's secular state; in April 2007, it warned the ruling party about any pro-Islamic appointments; despite on-going negotiations on EU accession since October 2005, progress has been limited in establishing required civilian supremacy over the military; primary domestic threats are listed as fundamentalism (with the definition in some dispute with the civilian government), separatism (the Kurdish problem), and the extreme left wing; Ankara strongly opposed establishment of an autonomous Kurdish region; an overhaul of the Turkish Land Forces Command (TLFC) taking place under the "Force 2014" program is to produce 20-30% smaller, more highly trained forces characterized by greater mobility and firepower and capable of joint and combined operations; the TLFC has taken on increasing international peacekeeping responsibilities, and took charge of a NATO International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) command in Afghanistan in April 2007; the Turkish Navy is a regional naval power that wants to develop the capability to project power beyond Turkey's coastal waters; the Navy is heavily involved in NATO, multinational, and UN operations; its roles include control of territorial waters and security for sea lines of communications; the Turkish Air Force adopted an "Aerospace and Missile Defense Concept" in 2002 and has initiated project work on an integrated missile defense system; Air Force priorities include attaining a modern deployable, survivable, and sustainable force structure, and establishing a sustainable command and control system (2008)

Ghana Facts Info Stuff (GH):

Ghana Latitude Facts: 6.37651162790698 and Ghana Longitude Facts: -0.669767441860465

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  4. Madagascar Category: Communications - Radio broadcast stations: AM 2 (plus a number of repeater stations), FM 9, shortwave 6 (2001)

  5. Chile Category: Government - Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal and compulsory

Ghana Regions are: Ashanti Brong-Ahafo Central Eastern Greater Accra Northern Upper East Upper West Volta Western

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Source: CIA - The World Factbook