This planet is getting flooded...
That said, 13 billion people, or even 7 billion, is still an enormous strain to place on the world's environment. It remains to be seen if it will be too much. There's at least a reasonable chance that the damage homo sapiens are inflicting upon the Earth will prove great enough to cause a serious disruption to the food chain (from, for example, acidification of the oceans) which will lead to catastrophe the likes of which we haven't seen since pre-history. There's also the likelihood of wars, famines, etc as resources run out and these ballooning populations confined to inhospitable areas attempt to move to other areas.
In fact, the world could easily handle billions of more people. What is a problem is overconsumption. People use all kinds of useless crap for a second and then buy new crap they don't need. Items are intentionally made to break real fast to force people to buy new ones. In the name of rich people want bigger profit because no amount of money is enough for some. Stick with the fashion, right? Also, food is under-produced and misused while then in certain places people overeat and throw unbelievable amounts of food to trash just, you know, because. Some of the better tech is intentionally prevented/blocked/slowed to milk the last of the possible cash out of the old and polluting/damaging tech... and so on.
What's wrong with 1 billion people? Isn't that enough? That's still an awful lot of people.
(Just my opinion, don't get mad)
In 1912 Morocco became a French protectorate (by the treaty of Fez) and regained its independence in 1956. Not an empire anymore, the country is today known as the Kingdom of Morocco.
Unlike other African countries, Morocco wasn't founded after the occidental domination but it was a recognised country having diplomatic and commercial relations with European countries.
In conclusion, this means that in 1900, the country was free from any occidental domination and can be included in this quiz ^^