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The Middle east is a group of countries. They have a hot, arid climate, and are bordered by Egypt, Turkey, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. It has a population of over forty-six million.

Country Information

IG Factbook : "This group of countries consists of: Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria and Israel. The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan gained its independence from Britain in 1946. In September 1961 the Syrian Arab Republic was established and soon ruled by Hafiz al-Asad who seized power in a coup in 1970. Syria is currently riven in civil war following the brutal crack-down on dissent. Israel is the world's only Jewish state and is a strong partner of the US in the region. The nation of Palestine is currently embodied in two areas - the Gaza Strip and West Bank however it is still within the shadow of Israeli occupation. Lebanon country of mixed ethnic and religious groups who's internal stability has suffered from the interference of other regional powers for decades."

Trivia

  • “Insurgency in the Middle east continues” may appear in a news headline. This has no impact on the game.
    • The headline is a possible reference to Rebel Inc, second game of Ndemic Creations.
  • The City Cam is located in Dubai, although Dubai is located in the UAE, which is not part of the Middle East in the game.
  • In the news, a headline mentions "The largest ancient cave drawing discovered in Syria." This news refers to the discovery of a cave painting in the Djade al-Mughara Settlements on the Euphrates River. This event is random and does not affect the game.

Gallery

Countries in Plague Inc. and Plague Inc: Evolved.
AfghanistanAlgeriaAngolaArgentinaAustraliaBalkan StatesBaltic StatesBoliviaBotswanaBrazilC. AmericaCanadaCaribbeanCentral AfricaCentral AsiaCentral EuropeChinaColombiaEast AfricaEgyptFinlandFranceGermanyGreenlandIcelandIndiaIndonesiaIranIraqItalyJapanKazakhstanKoreaLibyaMadagascarMexicoMiddle eastMoroccoNew GuineaNew ZealandNorwayPakistanPeruPhilippinesPolandRussiaS.E AsiaSaudi ArabiaSouth AfricaSpainSudanSwedenTurkeyUKUkraineUSAWest AfricaZimbabwe
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