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The population consists of two major ethnic groups: the Somali and the Afar.
The remainder is formed by Europeans, Arabs and Ethiopians. Tensions between the Afar and Issa was the cause of the civil war in the early 1990s.
The Somali ethnic component in Djibouti is mainly composed of the Issas, who form the majority and the Gadabuursi and Isaaq, all of whom are closely related as Dir subclans. The Issas form part of the Madoobe Dir, while the Gadabuursi and Isaaq are part of the Mahe Dir, Mohammed Hiniftire.
Although French and Arabic are the official languages, Somali and Afar are widely spoken.
The bulk of Djibouti's people are urban residents; the remainder are pastoralists.
The life expectancy at birth is few above 40 for both females and males. Fertility is at about 5 children per woman. In the country there are about 18 doctors per 100,000 persons.
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