Ras Doumeira

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Ras Doumeira
Raas Dumeera
ራስ ዱሜራ
Map of Ras Doumeira with the de facto border
Map of Ras Doumeira with the de facto border
Coordinates: 12°42′40″N 43°8′0″E / 12.71111°N 43.13333°E / 12.71111; 43.13333Coordinates: 12°42′40″N 43°8′0″E / 12.71111°N 43.13333°E / 12.71111; 43.13333
LocationDjiboutiEritrea border

Ras Doumeira (Cape Doumeira) (Somali: Raas Dumeera, Tigrinya: ራስ ዱሜራ) is a geographic cape that extends into the Red Sea, towards the Doumeira Islands. The area is shared by Djibouti and Eritrea, and was the subject of a 2008 border dispute between the two countries.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "US condemns Eritrea 'aggression'". 12 June 2008. Retrieved 15 June 2008.