Cameroon

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purposes. Woodcarvings and sculptures are especially common. West (#West) 17. The high-quality clay of the western highlands is suitable for pottery and ceramics. Other crafts include basket weaving, beadworking, brass and bronze working, calabash carving and painting, embroidery, and leather working. Traditional housing styles make use of locally available materials and vary from temporary wood-and-leaf shelters of nomadic Wodaabe


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were sent to Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in 1997. In some countries the M114 still remains in service. Starting life as the 'African Champions Cup' in 1964, the first team to lift the trophy was Cameroonian side Oryx Douala, who beat Stade Malien of Mali 2-1 in a one-off final. The 1970s saw a remarkable rise in the fortunes of Cameroonian club football, which created the platform of success enjoyed by Cameroonian football at international level today. Between 1971 and 1980 Cameroonian teams won the cup four times, with Canon Yaoundé taking three titles (1971, 1978 and 1980) and Union Douala lifting the cup in 1979. In between the Cameroonian victories the honor was shared with another team enjoying a golden age, Guinean side Hafia Conakry, who won it three times during this period (1972, 1975 and 1977). thumb Cow killed by the limnic eruption at Lake Nyos (Image:Cow killed by Lake Nyos gasses.jpg) To date, this phenomenon has been observed only twice. The first was in Cameroon at Lake Monoun in 1984, causing the asphyxiation and death of 37 people living nearby. H. Sigurdsson ''et al.'', "Origin of the lethal gas burst from Lake Monoun, Cameroun", J. Vocalnol. Geotherm. Res. '''31''', 1 (1987). A second, deadlier eruption happened at neighbouring Lake Nyos in 1986, this time releasing over 80 million cubic meters of CO 2 and killing between 1,700 and 1,800 people, again by asphyxiation. G. W. Kling ''et al.'', "The 1986 Lake Nyos Gas Disaster in Cameroon, West Africa", Science '''236''', 169 (1987). Commons:Category:Cameroon WikiPedia:Cameroon Dmoz:Regional Africa Cameroon


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Programme, it shrank as much as 95% from about 1963 to 1998, but "the 2007 (satellite) image shows significant improvement over previous years". Lake Chad is economically important, providing water to more than 20 million people living in the four countries surrounding it (Chad, Cameroon, Niger, and Nigeria) on the edge of the Sahara Desert. It is the largest lake in the Chad Basin. Creole languages Due partly to its


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, Malawi, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Chad, Trinidad, Venezuela, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. The Calabar angwantibo lives in the rain forests of west Africa, particularly in tree-fall zones. In areas where the forest has been cleared, it has been known to live on farmland (Farmland (farming)). Its range covers Cameroon, Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea. The species takes its name from the Nigerian


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influence in choosing football as a career. Unable to find a club or academy where he could hone his skills, Petit Song, as he is known in the Cameroon side, opted to move to France, joining SC Bastia at the age of 16. One of the players who inspired Song the most when he was young was Michael Essien. http: www.sport.co.uk news Football 49090 Song_Essien_inspired_me_to_succeed.aspx '''Alfred Saker''' (July 21, 1814


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, Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Mauritania, Togo, and Uganda had stopped transmission, and Cameroon, CAR (Central African Republic), India, Pakistan, Senegal, Yemen were WHO certified.


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Commons:Category:Cameroon WikiPedia:Cameroon Dmoz:Regional Africa Cameroon


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Voices of the Poor in Africa first Elizabeth Allo last Isichei publisher Boydell & Brewer year 2002 page 287 p 81 Commons:Category:Cameroon WikiPedia:Cameroon Dmoz:Regional Africa Cameroon


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of H5N1. Countries that have reported one or more major highly pathogenic H5N1 outbreaks in birds (causing at least thousands but in some cases millions of dead birds) are (in order of first outbreak occurrence): Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, China, Malaysia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Turkey, Romania, Croatia, Ukraine, Cyprus, Iraq, Nigeria, Egypt, India, France, Niger


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compacted with the Maronites in Lebanon, and the fact that most of development projects took place in Beirut or the regions surrounding it, which somewhat had a positive outcome since many active young people travelled abroad looking for better opportunities. In the 1960s and 1970s West Africa received the bulk of emigrants from South Lebanon, especially the Senegal, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leon, Cameroon, and Zaire, therefore providing them with opportunities to build wealth and political

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