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Central African Republic

The Central African Republic, a former French colony, is a land-locked country located in central Africa. It is bordered by Chad to the north; Sudan to the north-east; South Sudan to the east; the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of Congo to the south; and Cameroon to the west. The country covers an area of 622,984 square kilometers, and is home to around 4.4 million inhabitants, according to estimations from 2008; while its capital and most populous city is Bangui. Photo: Britannica.com

The Central African Republic, a former French colony, is a land-locked country located in central Africa. It is bordered by Chad to the north; Sudan to the north-east; South Sudan to the east; the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of Congo to the south; and Cameroon to the west. The country covers an area of 622,984 square kilometers, and is home to around 4.4 million inhabitants, according to estimations from 2008; while its capital and most populous city is Bangui. Photo: Britannica.com

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