Niger

What is Niger known for?


traditional wrestling

. Africa * '''Lutte Traditionnelle''', (fr. for ''Traditional Wrestling'') related styles of ''West African wrestling'', known as ''Laamb'' in Senegal, ''Boreh'' in The Gambia, ''Evala'' in Togo, and ''Lutte Traditionnelle'' in Niger and Burkina Faso. International competition takes place during the Jeux de la Francophonie and the newly organised Championnat d'Afrique de lutte traditionnelle (:fr:Championnat d'Afrique de lutte traditionnelle). U.S.S.R


population world

of the department of Tillabéri (Tillabéri Department) and Tillabéri Region. The town had a population of over 16000 at the 2001 census. Niger: largest cities and towns and statistics of their population. World Gazetteer. The area was home to giraffe herds until the 1980s. Image:Air massif sat map south.png right thumb


power large

. The facilities for enrichment, on the other hand, are found in those countries that produce significant amounts of electricity from nuclear power. Large commercial enrichment plants are in operation in France, Germany, Netherlands, UK (United Kingdom), USA, and Russia, with smaller plants elsewhere. These nations form the core of the uranium market and influence considerable control over all buyers. The uranium market is a classic seller's market (Market).


people lack

serious challenges to development due to its landlocked position, desert terrain, poor education and poverty of its people, lack of infrastructure, poor health care, and environmental degradation. Nigerien society reflects a diversity drawn from the long independent histories of its several ethnic groups and regions and their relatively short period living in a single state. Historically, what is now Niger has been on the fringes of several large states. Since independence, Nigeriens have


original study

degrees latitude . See the list of nations in the original study. *In the northern mountains of what is now Niger, in the early 15th century, a state called Aïr was founded by the Tuareg confederation there, under an ''amenokal'', who was also designated by the Arabic Muslim title Sultan, hence it is also called a Berber sultanate. '''Azawad''' ( Commons:Category:Niger Wikipedia:Niger Dmoz:Regional Africa Niger


relationship based

a good professional and personal relationship based on an admiration that appears to have been mutual. Bleek was widely respected as a philologist, particularly in the Cape. While working for Grey he continued with his philological research and contributed to various publications during the late 1850s. Bleek requested examples of African literature from missionaries and travellers, such as the Revd W Kronlein who provided Bleek with Namaqua texts in 1861. Niger experienced a serious food crisis in 2005 (2005–06 Niger food crisis) following erratic rainfall and desert locust invasions. Nomads such as the Tuareg (Taureg people) and Fulani, who make up about 20% of Niger's 12.9 million population, had been so badly hit by the Niger food crisis that their already fragile way of life is at risk. Niger way of life 'under threat', BBC News, August 16, 2005 Nomads in Mali were also affected. Mali's nomads face famine BBC News, August 9, 2005 poptime popplace Guinea, Nigeria, Cameroon, Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Central African Republic, Burkina Faso, Benin, Niger, The Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Chad, Mauritania, Sudan, Egypt, Ghana, Togo, Côte d'Ivoire. rels Islam '''Fula people''' or '''Fulani''' or '''Fulbe''' ( Commons:Category:Niger Wikipedia:Niger Dmoz:Regional Africa Niger


large educational

. Most Tijānī web sites and international organizations are part of this movement. Niass's grandson and current Imam of Medina Baye, Shaykh Hassan Cisse, has thousands of American disciples and has founded a large educational and developmental organization, the African American Islamic Institute, in Medina Baye with branches in other parts of the world. The Hamawiyyah branch, founded by Shaykh Hamallah, is centered in Nioro, Mali, and is also present in Senegal, Côte


abstract+interpretations

2007 deadurl no The earliest known sculptures are from the Nok culture of Nigeria, made around 500 BC. Along with sub-Saharan Africa, the cultural arts of the western tribes, ancient Egyptian paintings and artifacts, and indigenous southern crafts also contributed greatly to African art. Often depicting the abundance of surrounding nature, the art was often abstract interpretations of animals, plant life, or natural designs and shapes. Barbados


current version

year to Niger's development. The U.S. also is a major partner in policy coordination in such areas as food security and HIV AIDS. Judicial system The current Judiciary of Niger was established with the creation of the Fourth Republic in 1999. The constitution of December 1992 was revised by national referendum on 12 May 1996 and, again, by referendum, revised to the current version on 18 July 1999. It is based on the Code Napoleon "'' Inquisitorial


service number

legislation infringes non-derogable human rights . AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Public Statement. AI Index: AFR 43 001 2007 (Public Document) Press Service Number: 181 07. 21 September 2007. See also *Outline of Niger *Cinema of Niger *Green Sahara *LGBT rights in Niger *List of African writers by country#Niger *Music of Niger *Telecommunications in Niger * African Centre of Meteorological Application for Development

Niger

The first action of the Kountché's military government was to address the food crisis which was one of the catalysts of the military coup. Le coup d'etat de Kountche While political prisoners of the Diori Hamani Diori regime were released after the coup and the country was stabilized, political and individual freedom deteriorated in general during this period. Political parties were banned. Several attempted coups (1975, 1976 and 1983) were thwarted and authors and associates were severely punished. Despite the restriction in freedom, the country enjoyed improved economic development with the creation of new companies, the construction of major infrastructure (building and new roads, schools, health centers) and minimal corruption in government agencies, which Kountché did not hesitate to punish severely. Kountché: 40 ans après son coup d'etat

This economic development was helped by the uranium boom as well as optimal usage of public funds. Kountché was succeeded by his Chief of Staff, Col. Ali Saibou, who was confirmed as Chief of the Supreme Military Council on 14 November 1987, four days after the death of Seyni Kountché. He introduced political reforms and drafted a new constitution, with the creation of a single party. He went on to rule the country as the Chief of the Supreme Military Council until 10 December 1989 when he was elected President.

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