Central African Republic Bordering Countries: Cameroon
, Democratic Republic of the Congo
, Republic of the Congo
, South Sudan
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Where is Central African Republic?
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Central African Republic Cities:
Abba, Amada Gaza, Bangassou, Banguri, Bania, Berberati, Birao, Bossangoa, Bouar, Bozoum, Bria, Djema, Gadzi, Kabo, Kaga Bandoro, Kazima, Kerre, Mbaiki, Ndele, Ngoto, Nola, Obo, Ouando, Salo, Sibut and Zemio Yakotoko.
Central African Republic Locations:
Bahr Aouk River, Bamingui River, Bangoul River, Goro River, Gribingui River, Kadei River, Kameur River, Kotto River, Lobaye River, Mbomou River, Manovo River, Oubangui River, Ouddjia River, Ouham River, Oulou River, Vakaga River, Vassako River and Yata River.
Central African Republic Natural Resources:
Mineral resources of Central African Republic include diamonds, uranium, gold and oil. Other resources include timber and hydropower.
Central African Republic Natural Hazards:
One of the natural hazards for Central African Republic is the hot, dry, dusty harmattan winds, which affects the northern areas. In addition, floods are common in this country.
Central African Republic Environmental Issues:
The land-locked country of Central African Republic experiences deforestation and desertification. The tap water is not potable. Central African Republic's reputation as one of the last great wildlife refuges has diminished, due to poaching.
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