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Somalia is a country in the Horn of Africa. It is called the Federal Republic of Somalia, but it is also known as Somalia. A lot of countries are near the country, like Ethiopia and Djibouti, to the west, Djibouti and the Gulf of Aden to north, the Indian Ocean and Kenya to the south. Somalia has the longest coastline on the mainland of Africa. It is mostly made up of plateaus, plains, and highlands. The weather is hot all year long, with occasional monsoon winds and sporadic rain. Somalia is thought to have a population of about 15 million people, of which more than 2 million live in the capital and largest city, Mogadishu. It has been called the most culturally homogeneous country in Africa. Around 85% of its people are ethnic Somalis, who have lived in the country's north for a long time. Ethnic minorities are mostly found in the south. People in Somalia speak Somali and Arabic. Almost all of the people in the country are Sunni Muslims. In ancient times, Somalia was a very important place for business. It is one of the most likely places where the fabled ancient Land of Punt might have been. The Ajuran Sultanate, the Adal Sultanate, and the Sultanate of the Geledi were some of the most powerful Somali empires in the Middle Ages. They ruled the region's trade. In the late 19th century, Somali Sultanates like the Isaaq Sultanate and the Majeerteen Sultanate were taken over by Italy, Britain, and Ethiopia, which made them their colonies. There were two colonies that were created by European colonists: Italian Somaliland and the British Protectorate of Somaliland. Mohammed Abdullah Hassan, the leader of the Dervishes, led a two-decade fight against Abyssinia, Italian Somaliland, and British Somaliland. They were finally defeated in the 1920 Somaliland Campaign. Italy took full control of the northeastern, central, and southern parts of the area after winning the Campaign of the Sultanates against the rulers of the Majeerteen Sultanate and the Sultanate of Hobyo, which were both in power at the time. Somalia became an independent country in 1960 when two territories joined together. A civilian government ran the country at the time. In 1969, the Supreme Revolutionary Council took power and formed the Somali Democratic Republic. They tried to stop the Somaliland War of Independence in the north of the country with violence. The SRC broke up 22 years later, in 1991, when the Somali Civil War started. Soon after, Somaliland became an independent country. Somaliland still owns the northwestern part of Somalia, which is just over 27% of the country's land. Since this time, most regions have gone back to using customary and religious law. At some point in the early 2000s, a lot of temporary federal administrations were set up. In 2000, the Transitional National Government (TNG) was set up. In 2004, the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) was set up, which reestablished the Somali Armed Forces. In 2006, the TFG took over most of the country's southern conflict zones from a group called the Islamic Courts Union, which had just been formed. The US helped Ethiopian troops intervene (ICU). The ICU then split into groups that were more radical, like Al-Shabaab, which fought the TFG and its AMISOM allies for control of the region. In the middle of 2012, the insurgents had lost most of the land they had taken, and the search for more long-term democratic institutions began. This is what happened: Despite this, insurgents still control a lot of central and southern Somalia and have a lot of power in government-controlled areas. The town of Jilib is the insurgents' "de facto capital." In August 2012, Somalia became a federation. There was a lot of rebuilding going on in Mogadishu that same month. Somalia has had an informal economy based mostly on livestock, remittances from Somalis who work outside of the country, and telecommunications. There are many groups that it is a member of: The United Nations, the Arab League, the African Union, the Non-Aligned Movement, and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation

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What is Somali Zipcode Format?
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