In antiquity, the territory together with Ethiopia, Eritrea and Somaliland was part of the Land of Punt. In the late 19th century, the colony of French Somaliland was established following treaties signed by the ruling Dir Somali sultans with the French    and its railroad to Dire Dawa and later Addis Ababa allowed it to quickly supersede Zeila as the port for southern Ethiopia and the Ogaden. A decade later, the Djiboutian people voted for independence. This officially marked the establishment of the Republic of Djiboutinamed after its capital city.
The new state joined the United Nations the same year, on 20 September Djibouti is a multi-ethnic nation with a population of overinhabitants the smallest in mainland Africa. French and Arabic are the country's two official languages, Afar and Somali are national languages.
The Somalis and Afar make up the two largest ethnic groups, with the former comprising the majority of the population. Both speak the Cushitic branch of the Afroasiatic languages. Djibouti is strategically located near some of the world's busiest shipping lanes, controlling access to the Red Sea and Indian Ocean.
It serves as a key refuelling and transshipment center, and is the principal maritime port for imports from and exports to neighboring Ethiopia. A burgeoning commercial hub, the nation is the site of various foreign military bases. Djibouti is officially known as the Republic of Djibouti. In local languages it is known as Yibuuti in Afar and Jabuuti in Somali. The country is named for its capital, the City of Djibouti. The etymology of the name is disputed. Several theories and legends exist regarding its origin, varying based on ethnicity.
One theory derives it from the Afar word gaboutimeaning "plate", possibly referring to DJ Premier - Greatest Hits Pt. 2 (CDr) geographical features of the area. From untilthe land to the north of the Gulf of Tadjoura was called " Obock ". The Bab-el-Mandeb region has often been considered a primary crossing point for early hominins following a southern coastal route from East Africa to South and Southeast Asia.
The Djibouti area has been inhabited since the Neolithic. According to linguists, the first Afroasiatic -speaking populations arrived in the region during this period from the family's proposed urheimat "original homeland" in the Nile Valley or the Near East. Cut stones dated about 3 million years old have been collected in the area of Lake Abbe. These remains would date from 1. Subsequently, other similar sites were identified as probably the work of Homo ergaster.
An Acheulean site fromtoyears BCEwhere stone was cut, was excavated in the s, in Gombourta, between Damerdjog and Loyada15 km south of Djibouti City.
On Devil's Islandtools dating back 6, years have been found, which were used to open shells. Pottery predating the mid-2nd millennium has been found at Asa Komaan inland lake area on the Gobaad Plain. The site's ware is characterized by punctate and incision geometric designs, which bear a similarity to the Sabir culture phase 1 ceramics from Ma'layba in Southern Arabia. The site of Wakrita is a small Neolithic establishment located on a wadi in the tectonic depression of Gobaad in Djibouti in the Horn of Africa.
The excavations [ citation needed ] yielded abundant ceramics that enabled us to define one Neolithic cultural facies of this regionwhich was also identified at the nearby site of Asa Koma. Radiocarbon dating places this occupation at the beginning of the 2nd millennium BCE, similar in range to Asa Koma. These two sites represent the oldest evidence of herding in the region, and they provide a better understanding of the development of Neolithic societies in this region.
Up to years BCE, the region benefited from a climate very different from the one it knows today and probably close to the Mediterranean climate. The humans therefore lived by gathering, fishing and hunting. The region was populated by a very rich fauna: felinesbuffaloeselephantsrhinosetc.
In the 3rd and 2nd millennia BCE, few nomads settled around the lakes and practiced fishing and cattle breeding. The burial of an year-old woman, dating from this period, as well as the bones of hunted animals, bone tools and small jewels have been unearthed.
By about BCE, the climate was already beginning to change, with sources of fresh water becoming more scarce. Engravings show dromedaries animal of arid zonessome of which are ridden by armed warriors. The sedentary people now returned to a nomadic life. Stone tumuli of various shapes and sheltering graves dating from this period have been unearthed all over the territory. The first mention of the Land of Punt dates to the 25th century BC.
Later authors so Pliny on the authority of Ctesias ' Indika place them in India instead. It is one of the legendary peoples postulated at the extremity of the known world from the perspective of the Greeksin this case in the extreme south, contrasting with the Hyperboreans in the extreme east. Their name is due to their legendary longevityan average person supposedly living to the age of The Macrobian ruler, who was elected based at least in part on stature, replied instead with a challenge for his Persian counterpart in the form of an unstrung bow: if the Persians could manage to string it, they would have the right to invade his country; but until then, they should thank the gods that the Macrobians never decided to invade their empire.
Zeila attracted merchants from around the world, contributing to the wealth of the city. Zeila is an ancient city and it was one of the earliest cities in the world to embrace Islamshortly after the hijra. Zeila 's two- mihrab Masjid al-Qiblatayn dates to the 7th century, and is the oldest mosque.
In the late 9th century, Al-Yaqubian Armenian Muslim scholar and traveler, wrote that the Kingdom of Adal was a small wealthy kingdom and that Zeila served as the headquarters for the kingdom, which dated back to the beginning of the century. Through close contacts with the adjacent Arabian Peninsula for more than 1, years, the Somali and Afar ethnic groups in the region became among the first populations on the continent to embrace Islam.
Founded in by the Walashma dynastyit was centered in Zeila. Its Sultan Umar Walashma or his son Ali, according to another source is recorded as having conquered the Sultanate of Shewa in Taddesse Tamrat explains Sultan Umar's military expedition as an effort to consolidate the Muslim territories in the Horn, in much the same way as Emperor Yekuno Amlak was attempting to unite the Christian territories in the highlands during the same period.
These two states inevitably came into conflict over Shewa and territories further south. A lengthy war ensued, but the Muslim sultanates of the time were not strongly unified.
According to the 16th-century explorer Leo Africanusthe Adal Sultanate's realm encompassed the geographical area between the Bab el Mandeb and Cape Guardafui. The polity at the time was an Emirate in the larger Ifat Sultanate ruled by the Walashma dynasty.
Lewis, the polity was governed by local dynasties consisting of Afarized Arabs or Arabized Somalis, who also ruled over the similarly established Sultanate of Mogadishu in the Benadir region to the south. Adal's history from this founding period forth would be characterized by a succession of battles with neighbouring Abyssinia. Between Djibouti City and Loyada are a number of anthropomorphic and phallic stelae. The structures are associated with graves of rectangular shape flanked by vertical slabs, as also found in Tiyacentral Ethiopia.
The Djibouti-Loyada stelae are of uncertain age, DJ Premier - Greatest Hits Pt. 2 (CDr) some of them are adorned with a T-shaped symbol. The cruiser Seignelay reached Sagallo shortly after the Egyptians had departed. French troops occupied the fort despite protests from the British Agent in AdenMajor Frederick Mercer Hunter, who dispatched troops to safeguard British and Egyptian interests in Zeila and prevent further extension of French influence in that direction. The Commander of the patrol sloop Le Vaudreuil reported that the Egyptians were occupying the interior between Obock and Tadjoura.
Emperor Yohannes IV of Ethiopia signed an accord with Great Britain to cease fighting the Egyptians and to allow the evacuation of Egyptian forces from Ethiopia and the Somaliland littoral. The Egyptian garrison was withdrawn from Tadjoura.
The boundaries of the present-day Djibouti state were established as the first French establishment in the Horn of Africa during the Scramble for Africa. The French were interested in having a coaling station for steamshipswhich would become especially important upon the opening of the Suez Canal in Up to that time French ships had to buy coal at the British port of Aden across the gulf, an unwise dependency in case of war.
Later on, that treaty was used by the captain of the Fleuriot de Langle to colonize the south of the Gulf of Tadjoura. The construction of the Imperial Ethiopian Railway west into Ethiopia turned the port of Djibouti into a boomtown of 15,  at a time when Harar was the only city in Ethiopia to exceed that. Although the population fell after the completion of the railwayline to Dire Dawa and the original company failed and required a government bail-out, the rail link allowed the territory to quickly supersede the caravan-based trade carried on at Zeila  then in the British area of Somaliland and become the premier port for coffee and other goods leaving southern Ethiopia and the Ogaden through Harar.
After the Italian invasion and occupation of Ethiopia in the mids, constant border skirmishes occurred between French forces in French Somaliland and Italian forces in Italian East Africa. Inthe Italians were defeated and the Vichy forces in French Somaliland were isolated. The Vichy French administration continued to hold out in the colony for over a year after the Italian collapse.
In response, the British blockaded the port of Djibouti City but it could not prevent local French from providing information on the passing ship convoys. Inabout 4, British troops occupied the city. A local battalion from French Somaliland participated in the Liberation of Paris in Inon the eve of neighboring Somalia's independence ina referendum was held in Djibouti to decide whether to remain with France or to be an independent country.
The referendum turned out in favour of a continued association with France, partly due to a combined yes vote by the sizable Afar ethnic group and resident French. Harbi was killed in a plane crash two years later under suspicious circumstances. InFrance rejected the United Nations ' recommendation that it should grant French Somaliland independence.
In August of the same year, an official visit to the territory by then French President, General Charles de Gaullewas also met with demonstrations and rioting. Ina second plebiscite was held to determine the fate of the territory. Initial results supported a continued but looser relationship with France. Voting was also divided along ethnic lines, with the resident Somalis generally voting for independence, with the goal of eventual union with Somalia, and the Afars largely opting to remain associated with France.
France also increased its military force along the frontier. During the s, the struggle for independence was led by the Front for the Liberation of the Somali Coast FLCSwho waged an armed struggle for independence with much of its violence aimed at French personnel. The FLCS evolved its demands between the request of integration in a possible " Greater Somalia " influenced by the Somali government or the simple independence of the territory.
This event, by showing the difficulties of maintaining the French colonial presence in Djibouti, was an important step in the independence of the territory. The likelihood of a third referendum appearing successful for the French had grown even dimmer. The prohibitive cost of maintaining the colonyFrance's last outpost on the continentwas another factor that compelled observers to doubt that the French would attempt to hold on to the territory.
A third independence referendum was held in the French Territory of the Afars and the Issas on 8 May The previous referendums were held in and  which rejected independence. This referendum backed independence from France.
Inthe nascent republic was also among the founding members of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development regional development organization. The impasse ended in a power-sharing agreement in Djibouti is a unitary presidential republicwith executive power resting in the presidency, which is by turn dominant over the cabinet, and legislative power in both the government and the National Assembly.
The President exercises their executive power assisted by their appointee, the Prime MinisterAbdoulkader Kamil Mohamed. The Council of Ministers cabinet is responsible to and presided over by the President. The judicial system consists of courts of first instance, a High Court of Appeal, and a Supreme Court. The legal system is a blend of French civil law and customary law Xeer of the Somali and Afar peoples. The DJ Premier - Greatest Hits Pt. 2 (CDr) Assembly formerly the Chamber of Deputies is the country's legislature,   consisting of 65 members elected every five years.
The last election was held on 23 February Djibouti has a dominant-party systemwith the People's Rally for Progress RPP controlling the legislature and the executive since its foundation in the party rules as a part of the Union for a Presidential Majoritywhich holds a supermajority of seats.
Opposition parties are allowed limited freedom, but the main opposition party, the Union for National Salvationboycotted the and elections, citing government control of the media and repression of the opposition candidates. The government is dominated by the Somali Issa Dir clan, who enjoy the support of the Somali clansespecially the Gadabuursi Dir clan.
The country emerged from a decade-long civil war at the end of the s, with the government and the Front for the Restoration of Unity and Democracy FRUD signing a peace treaty in Djibouti's president, Guelleh, succeeded Hassan Gouled Aptidon in office in Guelleh was re-elected to a third term later that year, with Djibouti maintains close ties with the governments of SomaliaEthiopiaFrance and the United States.
Since the s, Djiboutian authorities have also strengthened relations with Turkey. As of [update]the manpower available for military service wasmales andfemales aged 16 to After independence, Djibouti had two regiments commanded by French officers. In the early s, it looked outward for a model of army organization that would best advance defensive capabilities by restructuring forces into smaller, more mobile DJ Premier - Greatest Hits Pt.
2 (CDr) instead of traditional divisions. The war lasted from toalthough most of the hostilities ended when the moderate factions of FRUD signed a peace treaty with the government after suffering an extensive military setback when the government forces captured most of the rebel-held territory. A radical group continued to fight the government, but signed its own peace treaty in The war ended in a government victory, and FRUD became a political party.
As the headquarters of the IGAD regional body, Djibouti has been an active participant in the Somali peace process, hosting the Arta conference in In recent years, Djibouti has improved its training techniques, military command and information structures and has taken steps to becoming more self-reliant in supplying its military to collaborate with the United Nations in peacekeeping missions, or to provide military help to countries that officially ask for it.
Now deployed to Somalia and Sudan. The French Forces remained present in Djibouti when the territory gained independence, first as part of a provisional protocol of June laying down the conditions for the stationing of French forces, constituting a defense agreement. A new defence cooperation treaty between France and Djibouti was signed in Paris on 21 December It entered into force on 1 May By that treaty and its security clause, France reaffirmed its commitment to the independence and territorial integrity of the Republic of Djibouti.
Djibouti's strategic location by the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait, which separates the Gulf of Aden from the Red Sea and controls the approaches to the Suez Canalhas made it a desirable location for foreign military bases. The lease was renewed in for another 20 years.
The country also hosts the only overseas Chinese support base and the only overseas Japanese military base. The hosting of foreign military bases is an important part of Djibouti's economy. China has, in recent times, stepped up its military presence in Africa, with ongoing plans to secure an even greater military presence in Djibouti specifically. China's presence in Djibouti is tied to strategic ports to ensure the security of Chinese assets.
Djibouti's strategic location makes the country prime for an increased military presence. It states also that impunity was a problem, with the government seldom taking steps to identify and punish officials who committed abuses, whether in the security services or elsewhere in the government.
Djibouti is partitioned into six administrative regions, with Djibouti city representing one of the official regions. It is further subdivided into twenty districts. It is here in Djibouti that the rift between the African Plate and the Somali Plate meet the Arabian Plateforming a geologic tripoint. The country's coastline stretches kilometres mileswith terrain consisting mainly of plateau, plains and highlands.
Djibouti has a total area of 23, square kilometres 9, sq mi. Its borders extend km mikm 78 mi of which are shared with Eritreakm mi with Ethiopiaand 60 km 37 mi with Somaliland. Djibouti has eight mountain ranges with peaks of over 1, metres 3, feet. It has an elevation of 2, metres 6, feet. The majority of it sits at a relatively low elevation, below 1, feet metres.
Extreme geographic points include: to the north, Ras Doumera and the point at which the border with Eritrea enters the Red Sea in the Obock Region; to the east, a section of the Red Sea coast north of Ras Bir; to the south, a location on DJ Premier - Greatest Hits Pt. 2 (CDr) border with Ethiopia west of the town of As Ela ; and to the west, a location on the frontier with Ethiopia immediately east of the Ethiopian town of Afambo.
Most of Djibouti is part of the Ethiopian xeric grasslands and shrublands ecoregion. The exception is an eastern strip located along the Red Sea coast, which is part of the Eritrean coastal desert. Traditional houses on the Mabla Mountains. Beach south of Djibouti Cityoverlooking the Gulf of Aden. Djibouti's climate is significantly warmer and has significantly less seasonal variation than the world average. Djibouti has either a hot semi-arid climate BSh or a hot desert climate BWhalthough temperatures are much moderated at the highest elevations.
Djibouti's climate ranges from arid in the northeastern coastal regions to semi-arid in the central, northern, western and southern parts of the country.
On the eastern seaboard, annual rainfall is less than 5 inches mm ; in the central highlands, precipitation is about 8 to 16 inches to mm. The hinterland is significantly less humid than the coastal regions. The country's flora and fauna live in a harsh landscape with forest accounting for less than one percent of the total area of the country. Most species of wildlife are found in the northern part of the country, in the ecosystem of the Day Forest National Park.
At an average altitude of 1, metres 4, feetthe area includes the Goda massif, with a peak of 1, m 5, ft. It covers an area of 3. This forest area is the main habitat of the endangered and endemic Djibouti francolin a birdand another recently noted vertebrate, Platyceps afarensis a colubrine snake. According to the country profile related to biodiversity of wildlife in Djibouti, the nation contains more than species of plants, species of invertebrates, species of fish, 40 species of reptiles, three species of amphibians, species of birds and 66 species of mammals.
As a result of the hunting ban imposed since early these species are well conserved now. Other characteristic mammals are Grevy's zebrahamadryas baboon and Hunter's antelope. The warthoga vulnerable species, is also found in the Day National park. The coastal waters have dugongs and Abyssinian genet ; the latter needs confirmation by further studies. Green turtles and hawksbill turtles are in the coastal waters where nestling also takes place.
Djibouti's economy is largely concentrated in the service sector. Commercial activities revolve around the country's free trade policies and strategic location as a Red Sea transit point. Due to limited rainfall, vegetables and fruits are the principal production crops, and other food items require importation.
The services sector constituted around As of [update]the container terminal at the Port of Djibouti handles the bulk of the nation's trade. Djibouti was ranked the th safest investment destination in the world in the March Euromoney Country Risk rankings. The government has also introduced new private sector policies targeting high interest and inflation rates, including relaxing the tax burden on enterprises and allowing exemptions on consumption tax.
Funds have especially gone toward building telecommunications infrastructure and increasing disposable income by supporting small businesses. To expand the modest industrial sector, a 56 megawatt geothermal power plant slated to be completed by is being constructed with the help of OPECthe World Bank and the Global Environmental Facility.
The facility is expected to solve the recurring electricity shortages, decrease the nation's reliance on Ethiopia for energy, reduce costly oil imports for diesel-generated electricity, and thereby buttress the GDP and lower debt.
Operating at an annual capacity of 4 million tons, the desalination project has lifted export revenues, created more job opportunities, and provided more fresh water for the area's residents. The Djiboutian franc is the currency of Djibouti. It is issued by the Central Bank of Djiboutithe country's monetary authority.
Since the Djiboutian franc is pegged to the U. This has contributed to the growing interest in investment in the country. As of [update]10 conventional and Islamic banks operate in Djibouti. Lending has likewise been encouraged by the creation of a guarantee fund, which allows banks to issue loans to eligible small- and medium-sized businesses without first requiring a large deposit or other collateral. Saudi investors are also reportedly exploring the possibility of linking the Horn of Africa with the Arabian Peninsula via a The investor Tarek bin Laden has been linked to the project.
However, it was announced in June that Phase I of the project had been delayed. The Djibouti—Ambouli International Airport in Djibouti Citythe country's only international airport, serves many intercontinental routes with scheduled and chartered flights. Air Djibouti is the flag carrier of Djibouti and is the country's largest DJ Premier - Greatest Hits Pt.
2 (CDr). The new and electrified standard gauge Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway started operation in January Its main purpose is to facilitate freight services between the Ethiopian hinterland and the Djiboutian Port of Doraleh. In addition to the Port of Doraleh, which handles general cargo and oil imports, Djibouti has three other major ports for the import and export of bulk goods and livestock, the Port of Tadjourah potashthe Damerjog Port livestock and the Port of Goubet salt.
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