Over 1,000 Nigerian soldiers sacked his self-declared Kalukuta Republic in Lagos in February 1977.
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Pharaoh's burial chamber was designed 5,000 years ago by a priest transformed into a horror-movie villain.
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The Portuguese sent thousands of African slaves to Brazil; they developed a powerful culture that is still alive.
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Critics say the continent's geopolitical differences hinders Swahili's emergence as Africa's unifying language.
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Experts carry out a painstaking restoration of the 3,500-year-old Great Hypostyle Hall, used as backdrops for movie blockbusters.
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The immensely popular and controversial singer was killed by unknown people on June 25, 1998.
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Wangari Kamau knits themed dolls, such as for disabled children or those living with albinism or vitiligo.
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