Djibouti

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The Washington Post has revealed that the Governement of Djibouti has asked the U.S. to move its fleet of Reaper UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) away from Camp Lemonnier due to local population concerns regards their safety.The Post revealed that there has been at least five crashes since January 2011 close to the base, which also serves as the country’s only International Airport.

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PROFILE: DJIBOUTI

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Key Facts

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Key Facts
Official name: République de Djibouti/Jumhouriyya Djibouti (Republic of Djibouti)
Head of State: President Ismail Omar Guelleh (from 1999; re-elected 8 Apr 2011)
Head of government: Prime Minister Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed (from 1 Apr 2013)
Ruling party: Union pour la Majorité Présidentielle (UMP) (Union for a Presidential Majority) (since 22 Feb 2013)
Area: 23,200 square km
Population: 939,000 (2014)* (818,159; 2009 census figure)
Capital: Djibouti-ville
Official language: French/Arabic (Somali/Afar are the national languages)
Currency: Djibouti franc (Df) = 100 centimes
Exchange rate: Df177.72 per US$ (Sep 2015)
GDP per capita: US$1,692 (2014)*
GDP real growth: 6.00% (2014)
GDP: US$1.59 billion (2014)
Inflation: 2.94% (2014)
Balance of trade: -US$606.70 million (2013)
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