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Throughout history, the countries of East Africa have been centers of _____.
the cotton trade
In about 1050 B.C., a powerful civilization arose in Nubia known as _____.
The ancient, powerful state of Aksum was strategically located on the _____.
The Aksum kings adopted _____ as their religion.
After the decline of Aksum, _____ settled on the East African coast of the Indian Ocean.
The Bantu and Arabic languages blended, creating a new language known as _____.
Which European country led overseas exploration and attacked some East African city-states, including Kilwa?
In the late 1800s, European countries took actions to dominate and control Africa through _____.
During which decade of the twentieth century did most countries in East Africa gain their independence from European colonial powers?
In the 1990s, the rivalry between the ethnic groups of the Hutu and the Tutsi in ______ resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people.
Which two countries took the lead in the European colonization of East Africa in the late 1800s?
You are a modern-day Ibn Battuta, traveling through East Africa. What can you tell us about the people you meet and the sights you see there?
What is the country where a tax reform has created various revolts and manifestations recently? (it's a Latin American country)