Gine-Bisaawo

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Gine-Bisaawo
jeetaare leydi, leydi
YemreWest Africa Taƴto
Golle imaaɗe1974 Taƴto
Laamu inndeGuinea-Bissau, Guiné-Bissau, la République de Guinée-Bissao Taƴto
LesdinkeejumRepública da Guiné-Bissau Taƴto
Mutiɗa innde🇬🇼 Taƴto
Ɗemngal ngal sarwiisiiji leydi fu njoni haaludePortuguese Taƴto
Doondo leydiEsta é a Nossa Pátria bem Amada Taƴto
Taguculture of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Jammoore leydiUnidade, Luta, Progresso, Unity, Fight, Progress, Единство, борба, прогрес Taƴto
DuungalAfirik Taƴto
LesdiGine-Bisaawo Taƴto
LaamordeBisaawo Taƴto
Hiiri-weeti pelleUTC±00:00, Africa/Bissau Taƴto
Located in or next to body of waterAtalantika Taƴto
AnnditirɗumWest Africa Taƴto
Jonde kwa'odineto12°0′0″N 15°0′0″W Taƴto
Kwa'odineto lettugal12°27′33″N 13°37′36″W Taƴto
Soɓɓire12°40′48″N 14°30′0″W Taƴto
Horɗoore10°55′18″N 15°3′49″W Taƴto
Gorgal12°20′8″N 16°42′47″W Taƴto
TowendiQ109837809 Taƴto
HoɓadeAtalantika Taƴto
Birrol parti politikkiPresident of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Arɗiiɗo lesdiUmaro Sissoco Embaló Taƴto
Office held by head of governmentPrime Minister of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Hooreejo leydiNuno Nabiam Taƴto
Laamu depitee enNational People's Assembly Taƴto
Central bankCentral Bank of West African States Taƴto
CedeWest African CFA franc Taƴto
Shares border withGine, Senegaal Taƴto
Driving sideright Taƴto
Electrical plug typeEuroplug Taƴto
ReplacesPortuguese Guinea Taƴto
Deesewalflag of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Coat of armsEmblem of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
HashtagGuineaBissau Taƴto
Golle gofernema.gw Taƴto
Has characteristicpartly free country Taƴto
Joogarafiigeography of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Taarikihistory of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Ndesaeconomy of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Annaji Aljeridemographics of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Laawol ngol laamu anndanihttps://www.gov.gw/ Taƴto
Category for mapsCategory:Maps of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Mobile country code632 Taƴto
Country calling code+245 Taƴto
Emergency phone number112, 119, 121, 180 Taƴto
Maritime identification digits630 Taƴto
Unicode character🇬🇼 Taƴto
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Gine-Bisaawo (pt. Guiné-Bissau, maa Gine Bisaawo, ko aldaa e pocal ngal) ko leydi e Afirik Hirnaangeeri, keernundi e Gine (Konaakiri) ka funnaange e Senegal ka nano. Senngo hiirnaangewo ngon no feewti be Baharu Atalantik maa Oseyan Atilanti.

Mbertudi leydi ndin ko 36.120 km2, jamaa hoɗuɗo e mahri no hewtaynoo fewndo hitaande 2014 yimmɓe 1.693.398. Laamorde nden ko Bisaawo, 395.954 (2010). Leydi nɗin hino jogii suriije (duuɗe) wi'eteeɗe Bijaago. Ka taariika ka laamu Ngaabu, jeyannongu e laamateeri Malle (Empire du Mali) ɓuri lollude. Portokeesuuɓe ɓen adino jogaade daande maayo leydi ndin ɓe huutori ɗum e golleeji maɓɓe ñgeeygu jiyaaɓe ɓaleeɓe. Ko non ɓe naatiri seeɗa seeɗa e leydi ndin fow haa ɓe watti ndi e ley karhankaaku maɓɓe. Hitaande 1956 fedde wi'eteende PAIGC (Fedde wonannde hettaare Gine Bisaawo e Kaapo Werde) fuɗɗii cippiro ngon. Nyannde 24 sutaambar ɓe noddi jeytal hoore leydi ndin. Hooreejo-leydi arano on laati Luis Cabral. E nder hitaande 1980, caggal sokolaaji heewɗi e baŋŋe ngaluuji leydi, miniteeriiɓe folli Cabral laamii. Ko João Bernardo Vieira laatinoo hooreejo maɓɓe haa kanko kadi miniteeriijo go'o wi'eteeɗo Kummba Yala jaɓti laamu ngun e juuɗe makko. Vieira dogi yahri Portokeesi. Fitina e jiiɓu-jaaɓu naati e leydi ndin. Kummba Yala kadi follaa, rebeljo inneteeɗo Mane naati e murtaldu. Kono gila woote sakkitiiɗe ɗen hitaande 2005 (ko João Bernardo Vieira ganyinoo ɗe) Gine Bisaawo heɓtii deeƴere seeɗa.

Demography[taƴto | taƴto ɗaɗi wiki]

Demography: Gine-Bisaawo 1961-2003

Demography: Gine-Bisaawo 1961-2003
Demography: Gine-Bisaawo 1961-2003


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