Cameroon marks 50th Unity Day anniversary with return of parade

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Cameroon celebrated Friday the 50th memorial of its Unity Day. In a rare public appearance, 89-year-old President Paul Biya chaired the civil and military parade. Half a century ago, British Southern Cameroons and French Cameroons reunified to form the United Republic of Cameroon.

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Anglophone crisis, Cameroon, Cameroon's Anglophone Crisis
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