35 36 Political culture edit Cameroon is viewed as rife with corruption at all levels of government.
Muslims are most concentrated in the north, while Christians are concentrated primarily in the southern and western regions, but practitioners of both faiths can be found throughout the country.
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The northern peoples are Sudanese groups, who live in the central highlands and the northern lowlands, and the Fulani, who are spread throughout northern Cameroon.
In the North West region, road blocks between Bamenda and surrounding towns have a series of roadblocks and inspection points maintained by Paul Biya's military forces.
26 In February 2008, Cameroon experienced its worst violence in 15 years when a transport union strike in Douala escalated into violent protests in 31 municipal areas.
25 21st century edit In June 2006, talks concerning a territorial dispute over the Bakassi peninsula were resolved.58 School attendance in Cameroon is also affected by child labor.Guilford, Connecticut: The Globe P"Press.89 The southern plateau rises northward to the grassy, rugged Adamawa Plateau.Portuguese explorers reached the coast in the 15th century and named the area Rio dos Camarões ( Shrimp River which became Cameroon in English.DeLancey and DeLancey 126 Ngoh 328.
111 Douala is the country's principal seaport.
55 The withdrawal and handover of control was completed by August 2006.