Dallol, Ethiopia, in Africa has the highest-recorded average temperature in the world at 94 degrees Fahrenheit. As of 2014, Dallol, Ethiopia, is uninhabited. In the 1960s, Dallol had a salt-mining settlement. More »

The hottest country in the world is Libya, where temperatures higher than 136 degrees Fahrenheit are recorded. The country's terrain is almost completely desert, with little rainfall and very hot temperatures year round. More »

Countries that are in the Southern Hemisphere have summer during the months of December, January and February; these countries include Mexico, Argentina and Brazil. Summer is known to be the warmest season in each of the... More »

Africa is a huge continent and encompasses many different climates, but the average temperature of the Sahara Desert region is about 86 degrees Fahrenheit. The Sahara Desert and other dry lands make up 60 percent of Afri... More »

Highly populated countries in Africa include Nigeria, Ethiopia and Egypt. The Federal Republic of Nigeria has the highest population with a projected estimate of 177,096,000 people, as of 2015, according to AnswersAfrica... More »

The country of Ethiopia is located in eastern Africa. The nation shares its borders with Eritrea to the north and northeast, Djibouti and Somalia to the east, the Sudans to the west and Kenya to the south. More »

In terms of military power, Egypt is the most powerful country in Africa. Egypt has approximately 468,500 active military personnel at the front lines and 800,000 reserved personnel. It has over 10,000 armored fighting v... More »