Lead: At the crossroads of African commerce and social struggles lies the Republic of Cameroon.

                Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

                Content: The broad sweep of the West African coastline run south from Gibraltar, turns eastward at Cape Palmas in Liberia and runs a generally straight course until it turns back to the south along the Sanaga River delta in the Republic of Cameroon. For centuries Cameroon has been a racial crossroads. More than 200 different ethnic groups inhabit its broad savannas and dense jungles.  Archeological evidence indicates human habitation in the region for more 50,000 years, although the dominant tribal groups may have immigrated into the area only within the last five centuries.

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