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Aokas (Berber language: Aweqqas) is a coastal city and district in the Béjaïa Province in northern Algeria and is located at about 25 kilometres from the province’s capital city of Bgayet. The commune of Aokas was created by decree of October 2, 1869. It covered an area of 2,202 hectares and had a population of 2,245 inhabitants in 1931. Its name in berber means shark. Its average altitude is 300 meters.
The population of Aokas (Aweqqas) was of 15 989 in 2008.