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Les villes de France. Strasbourg. Le Havre. Lille. ●. Brest. Avignon. Bordeaux. ●. Grenoble. ●. Lyon. ●. ●. ●. ●. Nice. Rennes. Marseille. ●. ●. Paris. ●. Orléans. ●. Toulouse. ●. ●. ●. Population of France. --France has about 60 million inhabitants.

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Les villes de France

Strasbourg

Le Havre

Lille

Brest

Avignon

Bordeaux

Grenoble

Lyon

Nice

Rennes

Marseille

Paris

Orléans

Toulouse

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Population of France

--France has about 60 million

inhabitants.

--Proportionally,

18% of the population is under 14

65% of the population is between 15 - 64

16% of the population is 65 or

over

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Population of France

--The average life expectancy is:

79.7 years (both)

76 years (men)

83.5 years (women)

--On average...

Each woman will give birth to

1.85 children (At least 2 children

per woman would be needed to

replace the population.)

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Population of France

--The religions practiced in France

include:

Roman Catholicism (83 - 88%)

Protestantism (2%)

Jewish (1%)

Muslim (5% - 10%)

--The government is a mix of executive and parlimentary style. France has both a president and a prime minister

President: Jacques Chirac

Prime Minister: Dominique de

Villepin

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Les villes et les montagnes de la Martinique

L\'Océan

Atlantique

La mer des Caraïbes

Fort-de France

Mont Pelée

Le Lamentin

Sainte-Marie

Le Marin

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Population of La Martinique

--La Martinique has about 436,000

inhabitants. It is located in the Carribean Sea

--Its largest city and capital is Fort-de-France

--On average...

Each woman will give birth to

1.79 children.

--The average life expectancy is:

79.2 years (both)

79.5 years (men)

78.9 years (women)

--Proportionally,

22% of the population is under 14

67% of the population is between 15 - 64

11% of the population is 65 or

over

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Population of La Martinique

--The religions practiced in La Martinique

include:

Roman Catholicism (85%)

Protestantism (10.5%)

Muslim (0.5%)

Hindu (0.5%)

Other (3.5%)

--La Martinique is an overseas department of France (un département d\'outre-mer). It does not have an independent government. La Martinique sends representatives to the French Senate and Assembly.

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Les villes du Cameroun

Maroua

Ngaoundéré

Yaoundé

Douala

Nkongsamba

Ebolowa

Garoua

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Le Tchad

La Nigéria

La République Centrafricaine

La Guinée Équatoriale

Le Congo

Le Gabon

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Population of Cameroun

--Le Cameroun has about 17 million

inhabitants.

--Proportionally,

41% of the population is under 14

55% of the population is between 15 - 64

3% of the population is 65 or

over

How does this compare with France Martinique?

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Population of Cameroun

--The average life expectancy is:

51.1 years (both)

51.0 years (men)

51.3 years (women)

How does this compare with France and Martinique?

--On average...

Each woman will give birth to

4.39 children.

How does this compare with France and Martinique?

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Population of Cameroun

--The religions practiced in Sénégal

include:

Indigenous beliefs (40%)Christian (40%)

Islam (20%)

--The government is a republic President: Paul Biya

Prime Minister: Ephraim Inoni

--Gained independence from France in 1960.

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