- Cameroon travel - Lonely Planet
The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office advise against all travel to the Bakassi Peninsula, and to within 40km of the borders with Chad and Nigeria's Adamawa state in Cameroon's North and Adamaoua provinces
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- Whats on, whats up, whats happening. . . - cameroonweb. com
Yaounde and Douala provide the best opportunities for nightlife in Cameroon Both have a number of nightclubs, bars and casinos that can be found independently or within most good hotels
- Cameroon profile - Timeline - BBC News
1520 - Portuguese set up sugar plantations and begin slave trade in Cameroon 1600s - Dutch take over slave trade from Portuguese 1884 - Cameroon becomes the German colony of Kamerun 1911
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- Cameroon - Wikipedia
The territory of present-day Cameroon was first settled during the Neolithic Era The longest continuous inhabitants are groups such as the Baka () From here, Bantu migrations into eastern, southern, and central Africa are believed to have originated about 2,000 years ago The Sao culture arose around Lake Chad, c 500 AD, and gave way to the Kanem and its successor state, the Bornu Empire