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World Capitals by a Single Clue #5

Can you name these national capitals based on a single clue?
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Last updated: December 3, 2023
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First submittedDecember 3, 2023
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Clue
Capital City
Located in a valley of the Hindu Kush mountain range
Kabul
Where Barack Obama's father died in 1982
Nairobi
Has the highest elevation of any city in the world with a
population over 5 million
Bogotá
The largest Bengali-speaking city in the world
Dhaka
Home to the Tropicana nightclub
Havana
Captured by Iraqi forces in 1990
Kuwait City
Its name reflects its origin as three different cities or, in Greek, "poli"
Tripoli
Along with Brussels and Strasbourg, it is one of three capitals of the EU
Luxembourg
It first became a capital in 1459 under Vlad the Impaler
Bucharest
Westernmost city on the mainland of Africa
Dakar
Named for a British queen
Victoria
Where Albert Einstein worked as a patent examiner
Bern
Founded by Spain in 1560 with the name "Puerto España"
Port-of-Spain
Where Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in 1914
Sarajevo
Established as a trading post by Henry Morton Stanley in 1881,
it today has a population over 15 million
Kinshasa
The largest city in the Levant
Amman
Known as Nur-Sultan from 2019–2022
Astana
Its international airport is named in honor of Mother Teresa
Tirana
Spelled Мінск in its native language
Minsk
Serves as the headquarters of the African Union
Addis Ababa
5 Comments
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Level 71
Dec 6, 2023
The explorer's name was Henry Morton Stanley, not Morgan Stanley.
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Level 84
Dec 6, 2023
Yes
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Level 79
Dec 6, 2023
Morton Stanley Fletcher, you have pleaded guilty to the charges brought by this court, and it is now my duty to pass sentence. You are an habitual criminal, who accepts arrest as an occupational hazard, and presumably accepts imprisonment in the same casual manner. We therefore feel constrained to commit you to the maximum term allowed for these offences: you will go to prison for five years.
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Level 78
Dec 6, 2023
Well remembered, Godper!
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Level ∞
Dec 6, 2023
Fixed