Cameroon

What is Cameroon known for?


team shows

Equatorial coastal forests around BC. Emigration from Sub-equatorial Africa has been


radical political

, ending forced labour but angering indigenous peoples. DeLancey and DeLancey (#DeLancey) 4. The League of Nations mandates were converted into United Nations Trusteeships (United Nations Trusteeship Council) in 1946, and the question of independence became a pressing issue in French Cameroun. France outlawed the most radical political party, the Union des Populations du Cameroun (Union of the Peoples of Cameroon) (UPC), on 13 July 1955. Commons:Category:Cameroon WikiPedia:Cameroon Dmoz:Regional Africa Cameroon


home success

and Zimbabwe. However, Rufai signed with established Deportivo de La Coruña the ensuing summer, backing up another African, Jacques Songo'o, for two seasons - this included keeping a clean sheet in a January 1998 home success against CD Tenerife (1–0), as the Cameroonian was suspended. Deportivo archives He then returned to Portugal for one final year


films film

work The Post author Mulenga, Andrew date 30 April 2010 title Cameroon's indomitable contemporary art Film and literature thumb 300px Cameroon national football team Cameroon (File:Cameroon vs Germany 2003.jpg) faces Germany (Germany national football team) at Zentralstadion in Leipzig, 27 April 2003. Cameroonian literature and film (list of Cameroonian films) have concentrated on both European and African themes. Colonial-era writers such as Louis-Marie Pouka


fishing people

are a fishing people of the English-speaking part of Cameroon, use stockfish in flavoring their palm (Arecaceae) nut or ''banga'' soup, which is eaten with a cocoyam pudding called ''kwacoco''. The name okporoko for stockfish, among the Igbo (Igbo people) of Nigeria refers to the sound the hard fish makes in the pot and literally translates as "that which produces sound in the pot". * Lufu language (Nigeria, Southern Jukunoid) * Luo language of Atta (Luo language (Atta)) (Cameroon; not to be confused with the better-known Luo language) * Mawa language of Bauchi (Mawa language (Nigeria)) (Nigeria; not to be confused with the Mawa language of Chad (Mawa language (Chad))) This year saw the first Village du Monde. Africa was invited with Cameroon, Nigeria and other countries from that continent. '''Eric Daniel Djemba-Djemba''' (born 4 May 1981) is a Cameroonian footballer (Association football) who plays as a defensive midfielder (Midfielder#Defensive midfielder) for Danish (Denmark) side Odense BK (Odense Boldklub) and the Cameroon national football team. He has previously played club football in France, England and Qatar. '''Ephraïm Inoni''' (born 16 August 1947 Profile at government website. "Sortie: La chute des baobabs", Cameroon-info.net, December 9, 2004 Commons:Category:Cameroon WikiPedia:Cameroon Dmoz:Regional Africa Cameroon


approach+life

, attitudes, or potential ways to approach life. The goal is to elevate awareness while either in or contemplating any of these states of mind such that one can transmute negative or wasteful aspects of their energy into conduct and mindsets that serve as virtuous examples for oneself and the greater community. Doumbia and Doumbia echo this sentiment for the Mande (Mandé peoples) tradition of Senegal, Mali, and many other regions


working traditional

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


historical biography

, ''The Innocent Anthropologist'', was a witty and informative account of anthropological field work among the Dowayo people of Cameroon. Thereafter he published a number of works about Africa and Indonesia in such genres as travel, art, historical biography, and fiction. The '''Kom''' are one of the principal ethnic groups of the North-West province of Cameroon, where traditional government institutions are very important. The capital


deep political

on fan violence in the Spanish Primera División (La Liga). Hooliganism is also rooted in deep political divisions arising from the General Franco fascist regime days (some Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid, Espanyol, Real Betis Balompie or Valencia CF ultras are linked to franquista groups), the communist ones, (such as Deportivo La Coruña (Deportivo de La Coruña), Athletic Club Bilbao, Sevilla FC or Rayo Vallecano) and the independentist movements


evangelism of "Revivalists" Meek and Mitchell

;Ringside by Gus" '''James R Newby''' was a 19th century African American missionary to present-day Nigeria, Cameroon, and Liberia. He decided to tour Europe, and after visiting Greece (Olympic Games) and Germany (gambling at Baden-Baden), arrived in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he was converted through street evangelism of "Revivalists (Revivalism)" Meek and Mitchell. He

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