ARTICLES

North Africa is composed of two basic regions: the Maghreb and the Nile Valley. The countries in the Maghreb are Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia and Western Sahara, and the countries of the Nile Valley are Egypt and Sud...

www.reference.com/article/interesting-north-africa-4b4b0ff8d83fb122

The University of South Africa, also known as UNISA, is South Africa's most productive university, issuing over 12 percent of all degrees among the country's 23 public universities. It is also Africa's largest university...

www.reference.com/article/interesting-university-south-africa-3cffe6033ba805d1

Interesting facts about different countries include the structure of the United States of America, the land and economy of Kenya, and the landscape of China. Also noteworthy is the religious history and structure of Vati...

www.reference.com/article/interesting-different-countries-76f5c13aeb6ed7ad

SIMILAR ARTICLES

As of 2014, the United Nations designates the geographical region of North Africa as consisting of seven countries: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia and Western Sahara. These countries make up the territory...

www.reference.com/article/countries-make-up-north-africa-ec41ce76a1d0a1e5

The Maghrib, also spelled Maghreb, is a region of North Africa that borders the Mediterranean sea. It once included Moorish Spain but is now comprised of the Atlas mountains and coastal plains of Libya, Tunisia, Morocco ...

www.reference.com/article/maghreb-located-9aea07052a919ca5

According to the United Nations, the northern region of Africa includes eight countries; the largest of these by land area are Algeria, Sudan and Libya. The other countries included by the United Nations as part of north...

www.reference.com/article/countries-north-africa-8a870b090e2376b9

More than 50 countries are located on the continent of Africa. A large part of Africa experiences a tropical or desert climate. The world's largest desert, the Sahara, is located on the continent of Africa. Africa is the...

www.reference.com/article/africa-kids-73afaa93073f5d01