Guinea-Bissau is a small West African nation located on the Atlantic coast. It shares borders with Senegal to the north and Guinea to the south. The country is officially known as the Republic of Guinea-Bissau and is often abbreviated as GNB. The abbreviation GNB is derived from its official name, which stands for Guiné-Bissau in Portuguese, which is the official language of Guinea-Bissau. The country has a population of 1,874,303 people as of 2019 and covers an area of 36,125 square kilometers. It has a tropical climate with two distinct seasons – dry season from November to April and wet season from May to October. The capital city of Guinea-Bissau is Bissau and other major cities include Bafatá, Cacheu, Gabú, Oio and Quinara. Its economy mainly depends on exports such as cashew nuts, fish products, peanuts and timber but it also relies heavily on foreign aid due to its weak infrastructure. Despite this, much progress has been made in recent years due to increased investment in education and healthcare services by both domestic and international donors. See a2zdirectory for Guinea-Bissau Old History. The major newspapers in Guinea-Bissau are O Democrata, A Noticia and O Pais. O Democrata is the oldest newspaper in the country and was founded in 1975. It is published daily and focuses on national news with an emphasis on politics, economy, culture and sports. It also has a digital edition which can be accessed online. A Noticia is another major newspaper in Guinea-Bissau that was founded in 1990. It covers national news as well as international news from around West Africa and the world. Its main focus is on politics, economy, culture and sports with a special emphasis on investigative journalism. O Pais is a daily newspaper founded in 2001 which focuses on national news with an emphasis on politics, economics, culture and social issues. Finally, O Democrata Online is an online newspaper that covers local news from Guinea-Bissau as well as regional news from West Africa. Check simplyyellowpages for other media in the country of Guinea-Bissau.