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titleSenegal
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descriptionSenegal, officially the Republic of Senegal, is the westernmost country in West Africa, situated on the Atlantic Ocean coastline. Senegal is bordered by Mauritania to the north, Mali to the east, Guinea to the southeast and Guinea-Bissau to the...
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descriptionLinkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senegal
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CapitalDakar
PresidentBassirou Diomaye Faye
Prime ministerOusmane Sonko
Official languageFrench
CurrencyWest African CFA franc
ContinentAfrica
Population17.32 million (2022)
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titleSenegal - Wikipedia
linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senegal
snippetSenegal, officially the Republic of Senegal, is the westernmost country in West Africa, situated on the Atlantic Ocean coastline. Senegal is bordered by ...
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titleSenegal | Culture, History, & People - Britannica
linkhttps://www.britannica.com/place/Senegal
snippetSenegal is a flat country that lies in the depression known as the Senegal-Mauritanian Basin. Elevations of more than about 330 feet (100 metres) are found only ...
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titleSenegal - World Factbook Glyph - CIA
linkhttps://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/senegal/
snippetSenegal is one of the few countries in the world with evidence of continuous human life from the Paleolithic period to present. Between the 14th ...
date4 days ago
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titleSenegal country profile - BBC News
linkhttps://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-14093674
snippetProvides an overview of Senegal, including key dates and facts about this west African country.
dateApr 2, 2024
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titleSenegalese prime minister criticises French military bases on territory
linkhttps://www.reuters.com/world/africa/senegalese-prime-minister-criticises-french-military-bases-territory-2024-05-16/
snippetSenegal's prime minister Ousmane Sonko raised the possibility of closing French military bases in the West African country on Thursday in a ...
date2 days ago
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titleSenegal - United States Department of State
linkhttps://www.state.gov/countries-areas/senegal/
snippetThe top three U.S. exports to Senegal are motor vehicles, petroleum products, and second-hand clothing. Principal U.S. imports from Senegal are wigs, zirconium ...
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titleCountry Facts | Senegal - UN Member States
linkhttps://www.un.int/senegal/senegal/country-facts
snippetSenegal is a flat land with sandy grounds. It has an altitude lower than 130 meters except in the southeast, near the Guinean border. Three westbound ...
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titleSenegal Overview: Development news, research, data | World Bank
linkhttps://www.worldbank.org/en/country/senegal/overview
snippetLocated in the westernmost part of the continent, Senegal is bordered by Mauritania, Mali, Guinea, Gambia, and Guinea-Bissau. It has a dry, tropical climate ...
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titleSenegal | U.S. Agency for International Development
linkhttps://www.usaid.gov/senegal
snippetCountry Overview. In the past decade, Senegal has progressed significantly both economically and politically as a moderate, democratic, predominantly Muslim ...
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titleTravel advice and advisories for Senegal - Travel.gc.ca
linkhttps://travel.gc.ca/destinations/senegal
snippetTravel Advice and Advisories from the Government of Canada for Senegal.
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questionIs Senegal a rich or poor country?
snippetSenegal is classified as a heavily indebted poor country, with a relatively low ranking on the Human Development Index (170th out of 191). Most of the population lives on the coast and works in agriculture or other food industries; other major industries include mining, tourism, and services.
titleSenegal - Wikipedia
linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senegal
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questionWhat is Senegal best known for?
snippetSenegal is home to several internationally renowned musicians and artists. Other aspects of Senegalese culture have traveled into the larger world as well, most notably Senghor's espousal of Negritude—a literary movement that flourished in the 1930s, '40s, and '50s and that emphasized African values and heritage.
titleSenegal | Culture, History, & People - Britannica
linkhttps://www.britannica.com/place/Senegal
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questionWhat language do they speak in Senegal?
snippetFrench Language: French is the official language. Other languages spoken are Wolof, Pulaar, Serer, Diola and Mandingo.
titleSenegal - The White House
linkhttps://clintonwhitehouse3.archives.gov/Africa/senegal-y.html
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questionCan US citizens go to Senegal?
snippetCountry-Specific Information The U.S. Embassy encourages all U.S. citizens intending to travel to Senegal to contact their airline in advance of travel for additional information and register for S.T.E.P. (Smart Traveler Enrollment Program) for the latest updates. See all U.S. Embassy Dakar Health Alerts.
titleCOVID-19 Information - U.S. Embassy in Senegal
linkhttps://sn.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
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