I've always been fascinated by Minsky. A man who was very ahead of the curve.
According to surveys in 2003 by the National Committee on Traditional Practices in Ethiopia, marriage by abduction accounts for 69% of the nation's marriages, with around 80% in the largest region, Oromiya, and as high as 92% in the Southern Nations
"Ethiopia" on @Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethiopia?wprov=sfia1
Next stop is a country which isn't recognized by the UN, but it does start the list alphabetically. Abkhazia is a region in Georgia which with the help of russia has claimed autonomy. But no real countries will recognize their independence. The biggest problem for the 250k citizens is getting a passport. But currently most have a neutral one or a russian one.
The world's deepest known cave, Krubera (Voronja) Cave ("The Crows' Cave"), is located in Abkhazia's western Caucasus mountains. The latest survey (as of September 2006) has measured the vertical extent of this cave system as 2,158 meters (7,080 ft) between its highest and lowest explored points
This woman set a goal of reading a book written from every country in the world.
And she said she had to work it in, while working too! Where do people find the time.