Eritrea Bordering Countries: Djibouti
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Where is Eritrea?
Eritrea Satellite Image
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Adailo, Adi Kaie, Adi Quala, Adi Ugri, Agordat, Algena, Anaghit, Asmara, Assab, Baden, Barentu, Beilul, Biskia, Decamere, Edd, Kelamet, Keren, Marsa Fatma, Massawa, Meder, Nakfa, Raheita, Saatta, Sala, Tessenei, Tognuf and Zula.
Bab al Mandab, Massawa Channel and the Red Sea.
Eritrea Natural Resources:
Eritrea has metal resources, which include gold, zinc and copper. Other natural resources for the country include salt, potash, fish, and a possibility of oil and natural gas.
Eritrea Natural Hazards:
The natural hazards in the country of Eritrea include frequent droughts and locust swarms.
Eritrea Environmental Issues:
Environmental issues for Eritrea, in eastern Africa, mostly concern the land. These include: deforestation; overgrazing; soil erosion; desertification. The country also has a loss of infrastructure from civil warfare.
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