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“I like to sit by the window on planes. But when I look out I can see nothing but grey. The plane goes down. Whoosh! It comes back up … This happens three or four times.”

The year is 1967 and Miriam Makeba is flying over the forests of Guinea with Ahmed Sékou Touré, the recently independent West African nation’s first president. ..

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