What country is the same size as China?

What country is the same size as China? United States is around the same size as China. China is approximately 9,596,960 sq km, while United States is approximately 9,833,517 sq km, making United States 2% larger than China. Is Saudi bigger than Germany? Saudi Arabia is about 6 times bigger than Germany. Germany is approximately […]

Can I travel to Lisbon from South Africa?

Can I travel to Lisbon from South Africa? Lisbon – Passengers arriving in Portugal from South Africa via a stopover in another country must also quarantine for 14 days and present a negative Covid-19 test taken 72 hours before arrival, the interior ministry said on Saturday. Passengers arriving through a different country must also test […]

What did apartheid practice mean?

What did apartheid practice mean? Apartheid (“apartness” in the language of Afrikaans) was a system of legislation that upheld segregationist policies against non-white citizens of South Africa. After the National Party gained power in South Africa in 1948, its all-white government immediately began enforcing existing policies of racial segregation. What were the effects of apartheid? […]

How did people respond after Hurricane Mitch?

How did people respond after Hurricane Mitch? Since the hurricane struck, CARE’s Mitch-related work in Guatemala has included emergency response, water and sanitation system rehabilitation, agricultural recovery, reforestation and watershed protection in the Polochic river basin, Alta and Baja Verapaz Departments. Why did Hurricane Mitch affect poor people more severely than others? Because of the […]

Which tides are the highest and lowest?

Which tides are the highest and lowest? This is the spring tide: the highest (and lowest) tide. Spring tides are not named for the season. This is spring in the sense of jump, burst forth, rise. So spring tides bring the most extreme high and low tides every month, and they always happen – every […]

Was the South rich during the Civil War?

Was the South rich during the Civil War? The Civil War and emancipation destroyed an immense amount of Southern wealth. As a result, after the war the relative shares of real and personal property in the South converged toward those in the North, with real property making up 60-70% of wealth, at least among the […]

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