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Embassies: South Africa, North Africa, Uganda, Zambia, South Sudan, India, New Europe, Middle East, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Asia, The United States of Europe, The Commonwealth of Crowns, Israel, United States, CSSR, Alabama, and 20 others.Arctic, Florida, New Warsaw Pact, Alaska, France, Equatorial Guinea, Right to Life, The Black Panthers, Atrigeas, Somalia, Philippines, The Ascendancy, Alliance Of Armed Nations, The Space For Periods, League of Christian Nations, UAA, The SOP, urkalgurk, NAFTA, and Demolibs.

The embassy with The Space For Periods is being withdrawn. Closure expected in 3 days.

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Regional Power: High

Africa contains 48 nations, the 237th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Shortest Average Lifespan in Africa

Citizens of nations ranked highly tend to die earlier, whether from poor health, crime, accident, or government encouragement.

As a region, Africa is ranked 16,292nd in the world for Shortest Average Lifespan.

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Regional Happenings


Africa Regional Message Board

It is moslty non- religious over here. The majority of the rest are Catholic.

Uncle Tom Ruckus

Zherduta, fictional religion I created to go along with the Khorsuni culture. It's the state religion but the people are pretty much 1/4 them, 1/4 Christian, 1/4 Muslim, 1/4 animist. Details in the factbook.

Uncle Tom Ruckus

Primarily Hindu, with a large Muslim population around the Capital of New Dhaka.

Uncle Tom Ruckus

Islam. Primarily Shia Islam.

Uncle Tom Ruckus

Majority Roman Catholic with a significant minority of traditional beliefs in the eastern provinces.

Uncle Tom Ruckus

Majority is Sunni Islam. However in western areas Orthodox Christians are the majority.

Uncle Tom Ruckus


Post by Uncle Tom Ruckus suppressed by United Faiths.

The Allied States of The Andromeda Islands wrote:Just curious: What is the dominant religion of each country.

The Andromeda Islands is a secular nation, but a bare majority of people claim to be Christians.

I am a very spiritual person. I start each day by thanking the White Man for the sunshine. For the land I walk on. For the air I breathe.

Ko Kon Tribe

At last! Mother Africa! <3

To answer the question, Juwama is a multi-religious. We are Animist, Christian and Muslim mostly, with some Jews. There are also minority communities of Hindus and Buddhists, most of whom are immigrants. And there are also a fair number of atheists and free thinkers.

Khorsun and Uncle Tom Ruckus

I'm sure there is a World Bank study somewhere that details Afrinia's religious demographics; they seem to study just about everything in our poor little republic...

Mombombu, Uncle Tom Ruckus, and Juwama

Christianity is the largest religion although much of the population practice a fusion of traditional animist religions. While most Christians belong to Western denominations brought to Nuwaubia in colonial times, there are various denominations that are heavily infused with more traditional African beliefs, and even some of the mainstream denominations have accepted traditional thought and practices. There are small numbers of Muslims and Hindus, again due to migration that occurred in colonial times. Due to the period of Communism in the 1970’s and 1980’s Atheism gained a foothold amongst certain “intellectuals”. The census does not officially capture religion therefore numbers are vague at best.

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