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New African genomes: Complicated migrations and strong selection – Ars Technica

We finally have more African genomes, revealing over 3 million new variations.

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Enlarge/ A building in a Ndebele village, South Africa. The Ndebele-language speakers, currently about a million strong, arrived in South Africa with the Bantu expansion.
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Humanity originated in Africa, and it remained there for tens of thousands of years. To understand our shared genetic history, it’s inevitable that we have to look to Africa. Unlike elsewhere on the planet, however, African populations were present throughout our historythey…

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