The Banu Hilal and Banu Ma qil were a collection of Arab Bedouin tribes from the Arabian Peninsula who migrated westwards via Egypt between the eleventh and thirteenth centuries. The Berber-speaking Tuareg and other often-nomadic peoples are the principal inhabitants of the Saharan interior of North Africa.
A person becomes AU President by being elected to the PAP, and subsequently gaining majority support in the PAP.
In 2014, Nunavut s government decided to move towards more legalization.
Ghana followed suit the next year (March 1957),  becoming the first of the sub-Saharan colonies to be granted independence.
It also shares maritime borders with Greenland and the provinces of Quebec, Ontario, and Manitoba.
During the above-mentioned period, Islam spread to sub-Saharan Africa, mainly through trade routes and migration.
Nunavut comprises a major portion of Northern Canada, and most of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. South Africa and Zimbabwe have Test status, while Kenya is the leading non-test team and previously had One-Day International cricket (ODI) status (from 10 October 1997, until 30 January 2014).
 As the growth in Africa has been driven mainly by services and not manufacturing or agriculture, it has been growth without jobs and without reduction in poverty levels.
In the early 7th century, the newly formed Arabian Islamic Caliphate expanded into Egypt, and then into North Africa. If Nunavut were a country, it would rank 15th in area.
In Mauritania, there is a small but near-extinct Berber community in the north and Niger–Congo-speaking peoples in the south, though in both regions Arabic and Arab culture predominates.
According to the Romans, Africa lay to the west of Egypt, while Asia was used to refer to Anatolia and lands to the east.
Great instability was mainly the result of marginalization of ethnic groups, and graft under these leaders.