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World Country Facts:

  1. Tajikistan Category: Geography - Environment - international agreements: party to: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Desertification, Environmental Modification, Ozone Layer Protection, Wetlands; signed, but not ratified: none of the selected agreements

  2. Barbados Category: Economy - Fiscal year: 1 April - 31 March

  3. Cayman Islands Category: Military - Military branches: no regular military forces; Royal Cayman Islands Police Force (2007)

  4. Syria Category: Economy - Natural gas - imports (cu m): 0 cu m (2007 estimate)

  5. West Bank Category: Geography - Environment - current issues: adequacy of fresh water supply; sewage treatment

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  1. Clipperton Island Category: People - Population: uninhabited

  2. Jarvis Island Category: Geography - Elevation extremes (m): lowest point: Pacific Ocean 0 m; highest point: unnamed location 7 m

  3. Montserrat Category: Economy - Oil - production (bbl/day): 0 bbl/day (2007 estimate)

  4. Comoros Category: Geography - Geography - note: important location at northern end of Mozambique Channel

  5. United States Category: Government - Capital: name: Washington, DC; geographic coordinates: 38 53 N, 77 02 W; time difference: UTC-5 (during Standard Time); daylight saving time: +1hr, begins second Sunday in March; ends first Sunday in November; note: the 50 United States cover six time zones

Nigeria Facts Info Stuff (NG):

Nigeria Latitude Facts: 7.452 and Nigeria Longitude Facts: 5.56489795918367

More World Country Facts:

  1. Oman Category: Geography - Irrigated land (sq km): 720 sq km (2003)

  2. Heard Island and McDonald Islands Category: Geography - Area - comparative: slightly more than two times the size of Washington, DC

  3. Korea, North Category: Communications - Television broadcast stations: 4 (includes Korean Central Television, Mansudae Television, Korean Educational and Cultural Network, and Kaesong Television targeting South Korea) (2003)

  4. Reunion Category: Military - Manpower fit for military service: males age 18-49: 142,578; females age 18-49: 154,273 (2005 estimate)

  5. Sudan Category: Economy - GDP - real growth rate (%): 5.3% (2008 estimate)

Nigeria Regions are: Abia Adamawa Akwa Ibom Anambra Bauchi Bayelsa Benue Borno Cross River Delta Ebonyi Edo Ekiti Enugu Federal Capital Territory Gombe Imo Jigawa Kaduna Kano Katsina Kebbi Kogi Kwara Lagos Nassarawa Niger Ogun Ondo Osun Oyo Plateau Rivers Sokoto Taraba Yobe Zamfara

Various World Country Facts:

  1. New Caledonia Category: Military - Military expenditures (% of GDP): NA

  2. Gabon Category: Geography - Freshwater withdrawal (domestic/industrial/agricultural): total: 0.12 cu km/yr (50%/8%/42%); per capita: 87 cu m/yr (2000)

  3. Vietnam Category: People - Major infectious diseases: degree of risk: high; food or waterborne diseases: bacterial diarrhea, hepatitis A, and typhoid fever; vectorborne diseases: dengue fever, malaria, Japanese encephalitis, and plague; water contact disease: leptospirosis; note: highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza has been identified in this country; it poses a negligible risk with extremely rare cases possible among US citizens who have close contact with birds (2008)

  4. Cote d'Ivoire Category: People - Age structure (%): 0-14 years: 40.9% (male 4,161,238/female 4,092,593); 15-64 years: 56.3% (male 5,790,503/female 5,568,621); 65 years and over: 2.8% (male 285,116/female 281,531) (2008 estimate)

  5. Marshall Islands Category: Economy - Economy - overview: US Government assistance is the mainstay of this tiny island economy. The Marshall Islands received more than billion in aid from the US from 1986-2002. Agricultural production, primarily subsistence, is concentrated on small farms; the most important commercial crops are coconuts and breadfruit. Small-scale industry is limited to handicrafts, tuna processing, and copra. The tourist industry, now a small source of foreign exchange employing less than 10% of the labor force, remains the best hope for future added income. The islands have few natural resources, and imports far exceed exports. Under the terms of the Amended Compact of Free Association, the US will provide millions of dollars per year to the Marshall Islands (RMI) through 2023, at which time a Trust Fund made up of US and RMI contributions will begin perpetual annual payouts. Government downsizing, drought, a drop in construction, the decline in tourism, and less income from the renewal of fishing vessel licenses have held GDP growth to an average of 1% over the past decade.

Source: CIA - The World Factbook