North African

  • (adj): Of or relating to northern Africa.

Some articles on north african, african, north:

Maghrebis - Anthropology, Genetics and Linguistics - Influences On Europe and Latin America - Iberia
... In the Iberian Peninsula, North African male haplogroups, especially E1b1b1b (E-M81), E1b1b1a-b (M78 derived chromosomes showing the rare DYS439 allele 10 or E-V65) and a subset of J1 (M267 ... Historically introduced NW African types in Italy and Iberia (Capelli et al. 2008 that analysed 1140 individuals in Iberia found a mean North African admixture of 10.6%, with wide geographical variation, ranging from 2.5% in ...
List Of Football Clubs In Algeria - List of Clubs By Major Honours Won
... Algerian League Cup Maghreb CC Maghreb Champions Cup WC Maghreb Cup Winners Cup North Africa NC UNAF Nessma Cup CC North African Cup of Champions WC North African Cup Winners Cup SC North African Super Cup ...
North African Cup Of Champions
... The North African Cup of Champions is a tournament designed by the Union of North African Football (UNAF) that puts together the winners of the domestic ...
Farouk Belkaïd - Honours - Club
... Algerian Championnat National 2 2008–09, 2011–12 North African Cup of Champions 2009 ... North African Super Cup 2010 ... Algerian Cup 1 2010, 2012 North African Cup Winners Cup 2010. ...

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