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Primary Russian crops include grains, barley and legumes. Nearly half of Russia's crop exports derive from wheat and winter wheat, classified as grains. Products in Russia derive from different parts of the country; wint... More »

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Some of the main crops grown in Africa include cereals and grains, such as corn, wheat and rice, and legumes and fodder, such as beans, groundnut and cowpea. Agriculture employs 65 percent of Africa's labor force and is ... More »

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Russia is located in the northern part of Eurasia. It has 14 neighboring countries, such as China, Mongolia, North Korea, Finland, Latvia and the Ukraine, and its land stretches almost halfway around the world. More »

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People have lived in the area that is modern-day Russia for as long as 1.5 million years. However, until the ninth century, these people composed a loose collection of cities and nomadic tribes rather than a unified nati... More »

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Russia is the largest country in the world. It encompasses 17,098,242 square kilometers, making it nearly twice the size of the United States. Thirteen countries share borders with Russia: Finland, Norway, Estonia, Latvi... More »

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Russia is in both Europe and Asia, spanning the continental divide marked by the Ural Mountains and covering about 17 million miles. Approximately three-quarters of Russia is in Asia, expanding east from the Ural Mountai... More »

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Russia is located entirely in the northern hemisphere of the planet. It is situated north of most Eastern European countries and is one of the northernmost countries in the world. More »

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