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Which reason for the decline of the Ghana empire was the result of a natural disaster

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    It declined because of the 1000 C.E. War and the loss of natural resources. In the seond half of the 11th century, Muslim warriors called Almoravids began attacking Ghana's empire. During the war, the empire broke apart. Ghana's king later regained power in 1087, but the old empire had broken apart. The loss of natural resources put a strain on Ghana's great population. The disapperance of Ghana opened the way to the rise of a new empire, called Mali.

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