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official debt. In his earlier diplomatic career, Milam served in Martinique, French West Indies; a previous tour in Liberia; in London, and in Yaoundé, Cameroon. His earlier Washington assignments included African affairs, international finance, and international energy policy. From the Department of State, Ambassador Milam received the James Clement Dunn Award, as the outstanding Class I officer (1981) and a Superior Honor Award (1983). He received a Presidential Meritorious

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the roads that criss-cross the terrain. In contrast, the vast tracts of jungle that have little or no road access are scarcely populated. The forest area is also plagued by disease-carrying mosquitoes and blackflies (blackfly) that keep settlers away. Yaoundé, capital of Cameroon, is at the heart of the Centre, drawing people from the rest of the country to live and work there. The Centre's towns are also important industrial (industry) centres, especially for timber. Agriculture is another important economic factor, especially with regard to the province's most important cash crop, cocoa (Cocoa bean). Outside of the capital and the plantation zones, most inhabitants are sustenance farmers (sustenance farming). Geography thumb right View of Yaoundé (Image:Centre Province Yaoundé 002.JPG), the capital city of Cameroon Land - Cameroon Yaoundé '''Cameroun''' '''Cameroon''' '''Yaoundé''' '''Yaoundé''' French (French language) English (English language) - The '''1972 African Cup of Nations''' was the eighth edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, the association football championship of Africa (CAF (Confederation of African Football)). It was hosted by Cameroon, in the cities of Yaoundé and Douala. Just like in 1970 (1970 African Cup of Nations), the field of eight teams was split into two groups of four. The Republic of Congo (Congo national football team) won its first championship, beating Mali (Mali national football team) in the final 3-2. stadium Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo location Yaoundé, Cameroon attendance 10,000 The close relationship between the Bororo and their herds lends a great cultural importance to a Fulbe's number of cattle, and the more heads of cattle a man has, the wealthier he is. This often leads herders to never kill their animals, however, and to keep sick animals alive for fear of losing a portion of one's net worth. Nevertheless, many Fulbe herders transport their cattle to the big markets of Yaoundé and Douala for sale (some make it as far as Gabon and Congo (Republic of the Congo)). The major transhumance paths are in the western third of the province and at the border with Chad. * Tunis Image:50%.png * Yaoundé Image:50%.png '''Bikutsi''' is a musical genre from Cameroon. It developed from the traditional styles of the Beti (Beti-Pahuin),

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Ocean Islands that he took two years’ leave from in order to devote himself fully to social and voluntary work. One of the highlights of this period was the Meeting of the JOCI Indian Ocean Islands in 1967 which was attended by, among others, by a South African delegate during the days of apartheid. Another significant event was the first Meet of the African Continent in Yaoundé, Cameroon in 1968, which was organised exclusively by the African Team of the JOCI, composed of African delegates including himself. The others were France Tévi Sedalo, Mathias Dossoumon and Frédéric Jean Njougla. For its preparation, he put in his personal efforts for three and half months, working in situ. Diplomatic and political career Oyono was born near Ebolowa in the South Province (South Province, Cameroon) of Cameroon. After obtaining his secondary education in Yaoundé, Oyono studied in Paris. Following Cameroon's independence, Oyono was a member of the Cameroonian delegation to the United Nations in 1960, when the country was admitted to the UN. Oyono subsequently served as Cameroon's ambassador to various countries from 1965 to 1974. He was briefly the Ambassador to Liberia in 1965, then served as ambassador to the Benelux countries and the European Communities (European Community) from 1965 to 1968 and as ambassador to France, with additional accreditation for Spain, Italy, Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia, from 1969 to 1974. From 1974 to 1982 he was Cameroon's Permanent Representative to the United Nations; Profile at government website. he acted as President of the United Nations Security Council in place of the United Kingdom's Ivor Richard at the 1,866th meeting of the Security Council on December 16, 1975. "Presidents of the Security Council : 1970-1979", United Nations website. From 1982 to 1985 he again served as ambassador to various countries: first as ambassador to Algeria and Libya, then as ambassador to the United Kingdom and the Scandinavian countries. '''Abong-Mbang''' is a town and commune (Communes of Cameroon) in the East Province (East Province (Cameroon)) of Cameroon. Abong-Mbang is located at a crossroads of National Route 10 and the road that leads south to Lomié. Yaoundé, the capital of Cameroon, is 178 km to the west, and Bertoua, the capital of the East Province, lies 108 km to the east. From Ayos, at the border in the Centre Province 145 km (90 mi) from Abong-Mbang, the tar on National Route 10 ends and a dirt road begins. Hudgens and Trillo 1115. Abong-Mbang is the seat of the Abong-Mbang sub-division and the Haut-Nyong division. The town is headed by a mayor. Mahop. Gustave Mouamossé has held the post since August 2002. Elvido. Abong-Mbang is site of one of the East Province's four Courts of First Instance Geschiere, ''Witchcraft'', 262 note 4. and a prefectural prison. Chrispin 52. The population was estimated at 18,700 in 2001. Institut National de la Statistique 41. During his early years, Boganda was adopted by Catholic missionaries. As a boy he attended the school opened at Mbaiki (the administrative centre for the Lobaye prefecture) by the post's founder, Lieutenant Mayer. Kalck (2005), p. 26. From December 1921 to December 1922, he spent two hours a day with Monsignor Jean-Réné Calloch learning how to read, while spending the rest of his time performing manual labour. On December 24, he was received into the church under the name Barthélemy (Bartholomew the Apostle),

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-six nations. '''Canon Sportif de Yaoundé''', commonly referred to as '''Canon Yaoundé''', are a Cameroonian football (soccer) club based in Yaoundé. The club was formed in 1930 and play their games at Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo. Their most successful period was in the 1970s and 1980s when they were a dominant force in Cameroonian and African football, winning eight national championships (MTN Elite One), eight Cameroonian Cups, three African Champions' Cups (CAF Champions League) and one African Cup Winners' Cup. founded 1974 ground Omnisports Ahmadou-Ahidjo Yaoundé, Cameroon capacity 38,720 Kalara Club of Yaoundé''' are a football (soccer) club based in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The club was most prominent during the 1980s, winning all of their 5 national championship during the decade. They have also won the national cup 5 times. Among the club's most notable players have been the African player of the Century Roger Milla, Rigobert Song and the former FIFA World Player of the Year, Liberian George Weah. I recently saw an old Florida schoolbus drive in Maastricht (the Netherlands). You know, the ones that look like they'd tip over backwards if too many people would sit in the back (I bet lots of US schoolkids have tried this :) ). How does a bus like that end up across the ocean? I've also seen old English doubledeckers, but it's rather a shorter distance across the channel. When in the US, I thought about sending the car I had bought there home by ship, but that turned out way too expensive (can't remember the price now). So wouldn't this be very uneconomical? Or would people spend a lot of money to own an 'oddity' like this? Ironically, in Cuba I saw Dutch buses. It turns out the Netherlands donated 1500 buses to Cuba. Speak of inefficiency. Florida buses get sent to the Netherlands and Dutch buses get sent to Cuba, which is just a raft's hop away from Florida (ok, that's a sick joke :) ). DirkvdM (User:DirkvdM) 15:13, 20 January 2006 (UTC) :I don't have an answer for you, but I just wanted to add that an American schoolbus somehow ended up in Cameroon, too. It was used to transport paying customers from Yaoundé to Bertoua. It even had the retractable stop signs on the sides! Very odd indeed where these decommissioned buses end up. — BrianSmithson (User:BrianSmithson) 15:32, 20 January 2006 (UTC) In September 2000 a controversy arose involving the distribution of a Plantu drawing showing Jacques Chirac copulating with a sleeping Marianne. An exhibit of Plantu and Daumier written by curator Cyril Dumas opened in the Museum of Yves Brayer les Baux de Provence. The exhibition described traits shared by both caricaturists. Another installation opened that year at the French Arts center in Yaoundé, Cameroun. The '''Central African CFA franc''' (French (French language): ''franc CFA'' or simply ''franc'', ISO 4217 code: ''XAF'') is the currency of six independent states in central Africa, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. CFA stands for ''Coopération financière en Afrique centrale'' ("Financial Cooperation in Central Africa"). It is issued by the BEAC (''Banque des États de l'Afrique Centrale'', "Bank of the Central African States"), located in Yaoundé, Cameroon, for the members of the CEMAC (''Communauté Économique et Monétaire de l'Afrique Centrale'', "Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa"). The franc is nominally subdivided into 100 ''centimes'' but no centime denominations have been issued. '''Jean-Hugues Ateba Bilayi''' (born 1 April 1981 in Yaoundé) is a Cameroonian football (Association football) defender (Defender (association football)). DATE OF BIRTH 1 April 1981 PLACE OF BIRTH Yaoundé, Cameroon DATE OF DEATH '''Bafia''' is a Cameroonian town and commune in the Centre Province (Centre Province, Cameroon) region. It is the capital of the Mbam-et-Inoubou department. It lies

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'''Yaoundé''' ( ; German: Jaunde) is the capital (Capital city) of Cameroon and, with a population of approximately 2.5 million, the second largest city in the country after the port city Douala. It lies in the centre of the nation at an elevation of about 750 metres (2,500 ft) above sea level.

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