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Since the subsections of what is today Cameroon merged following their independence from Britain and France in the early 1960s, the country has been officially bilingual. But the geographically smaller, less populous English-speaking part of the country has burbled with talk of secession on and off for decades, most recently re-emerging in late 2016 and escalating over the last nine months. This map shows the French-speaking regions of Cameroon in light blue and the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon in light red. upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/62/Langues_du_Cameroun_Carte.png/450px-Langues_du_Cameroun_Carte.png
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