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Nearly 70 Killed in Cameroon as Separatists Stop Youth Week Activities

“Renewed fighting has killed 69 people in English-speaking regions of Cameroon, where armed separatists have ordered people to stay inside…

US cuts aid to Cameroon over human rights violations

“The United States has cut defence assistance to Cameroon — including plans to supply armoured vehicles — due to concerns…

Cameroon: Police arrests anti-Biya protesters

“Cameroon says its police shot and wounded seven people and arrested 117 in several towns where protests of what organizers…

‘FORGOTTEN CRISIS’ IN CAMEROON, WITH ATTACKS ON THE RISE, MILLIONS IN NEED OF ‘LIFESAVING ASSISTANCE’

Around 4.3 million Cameroonians, mostly women and children, are now in need of lifesaving assistance, the UN announced on Thursday, presenting…

Cameroon Separatists Sell Cryptocurrency As Replacement for CFA Franc

“Cameroonian separatists fighting for the independence of the self-declared state of Ambazonia have put their own cryptocurrency on sale to…

A Generation of Unschooled Cameroonians, Another Generation of Conflict?

“Since the anglophone conflict escalated in late 2017, more than 430,000 people have been forced to flee their homes. In…

Cameroon’s Anglophone separatists have created their own cryptocurrency

“Increasingly determined and bold separatists seeking the international recognition of the self-proclaimed “Federal Republic of Ambazonia” (Southern Cameroons) have created…

Cameroon: Killings in Anglophone Regions Must Stop

“”The value of human life is diminishing and the human person is wasted away for any flimsy reason or even…

Cameroon secession activists denied bail

“A court in Cameroon Thursday rejected an application for bail for some detained Anglophone separatist leaders who were seized in…

Secessionist crisis in Cameroon

“The secessionist crisis in Cameroon’s western region is deepening”, the secessionists kill soldiers and police officers and the government declares…

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