Morocco

By: Ali Grossman and Adithi Vijayaraja

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Muslim is the main religion, with 99% of the people (Social)

Out of the industries, agriculture is the main one, with 44.6% (Economic)

Red and green flag (Political)

Overall, the GDP per capita is $5,500 (Economic)

Currency is called the Moroccan Dirham (Economic)

Country’s leader is Prime Minister Abdelillah Benkirane (Political)

Out of 1000 live births, 24.52 of the babies die (Social)
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Religion

Muslims praying and grieving in the Shrine of Hazrat to honor

Sheikh Hamza Makhdoomi's death. (Social)

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Agriculture

This picture is an example of agriculture's role in Morocco.
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Money

This is the currency used in Morocco. It is called the Moroccan Dirham.
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Country Flag

This is the Moroccan flag. It is red with a green star on it.
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Infant Mortality Rate

The infant mortality rate in Morocco is high because 24.52 babies die per 1,000.

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Gold and silver pieces (dinar and dirham) coined by the emir of Granada, Spain. Photo. Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest. Web. 21 Jan 2015.

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