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Basic information

Latest news from Comoros

Wikipedia  
History, politics, geography, economy and more

Comoros: a country study
Detailed information from the US Library of Congress

CIA World Factbook - Comoros

Nationmaster: Comoros 
A compilation of facts and figures from many sources

Medea - Comoros
(European Institute for Research on Mediterranean and Euro-Arab Cooperation)

BBC country profile: Comoros

Maps of Comoros 

Local time 

Local weather 

Currency converter 
Comoros franc (KMF)

Communications in Comoros (Wikipedia)

National flag of Comoros

National anthem 
Audio, lyrics and sheet music (National Anthems Reference Page)

Languages of Comoros
Ethnologue Database

Who's who in Comoros

Documents 
Historical and political texts relating to Comoros


Politics

Constitutional information 
Law Library of Congress

Elections and Parliament (Medea)

Republican Party
Parti Republicain des Comores (in French)

List of government ministers (CIA)

Heads of state and prime ministers
Historical list (ZPC database)

Repuiblican Party of Comoros (in French)

Human rights reports on Comoros


History

Comoros timeline
A chronology of key events (from the BBC)

History of Comoros (Wikipedia)


Media

Comorian newspapers  

Press freedom and censorship


Travel

US State Department
travel advice

British Foreign Office  
Travel advice

Lonely Planet 
Online tourist guide to Bahrain

Electricity and phones (Steve Kropla)
Plugs, sockets, TV system, mobile roaming, etc.


Economy 

World Bank: Comoros 
Comprehensive economic data

Comoros and the IMF

Water in Comoros
Aquastat country profile (in French)


Internet

Comores Online


Environment

The coelacanth
Details of a rare "living fossil" fish found in the waters of the Comoro Islands. It was believed to have been extinct for millions of years until one was discovered alive in 1938.

The lemur
Lemurs are a type of monkey found only in Madagascar and the Comoro Islands. [University of Michigan Museum of Zoology]

The Comoro Islands' Home Page
Pictures, information about the islands, and some useful links

Action Comores
A voluntary conservation organisation working in the Comoros Islands

     

In the Comoros section

 

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Books from Amazon

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Lonely Planet Madagascar& Comoros
Paul Greenway, Deanna Swaney. Paperback, 1997

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Comoros Country Study Guide
USA International Business Publications. Library Binding

The Comoro Islands: Struggle Against Dependency in the Indian Ocean
Malyn Newitt

Marine turtles in the Comoro Archipelago
J. Frazier

Hunting Pirate Heaven
Kevin Rushby. Hardcover, 2001. Also paperback edition

Tropical Marine Life
Dieter Eichler. Paperback, 1996

 
 
 
 


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Last revised on 01 November, 2013