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‘We’re tired of internal colonisation in Cameroon’

By Sissiku Julius Ayuktabe I write to you today from Kondengui Principal Prison, where I am unjustly detained with a sizeable part of my cabinet...

40,000 more flee Cameroon conflict to Nigeria — UN

The United Nations on Monday said nearly 40,000 more people had been forced to flee to Nigeria by worsening humanitarian situation in north-west and south-west...

England eliminate Cameroon in match overshadowed by rage against VAR

Valenciennes (France) (Reuters) England marched into the 2019 FIFA women’s World Cup quarter-finals after a 3-0 victory over Cameroon on Sunday. But they got the...

The travails of Cameroon’s 35,000 refugees in Nigeria

By Catherine Wachiaya in Ogoja When armed men stormed into the remote village in south-west Cameroon, they took Agah Rachel’s husband, levelled a gun on...

Angola lose to Cameroon after another penalty shootout at U-17 AFCON

By Aderonke Ojo Angola’s national under-17 male football team on Wednesday in Dar es Salaam lost 3-4 after penalty kicks to their Cameroonian counterparts in...

‘The corpses were lying on the streets’

Goura, Cameroon (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Seconds after glimpsing Boko Haram gunmen leap out of vehicles brandishing weapons in the town of Rann, Nigeria,...

35,000 Nigerian refugees safe in Cameroon – UN

By Prudence Arobani, New York The UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) says 35,000 Nigerian seeking refuge in Cameroon are safe. The UN refugee agency said...

Don’t evict Nigerian refugees, UN tells Cameroon

By Prudence Arobani, New York   The UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) has expressed grave concerns over plans by Cameroon to evict thousands of Nigerian...

Vanguard Africa urges Paul Biya to allow democracy in Cameroon

  By Vanguard Africa (http://vanguardafrica.com)   On Sunday, October 7, citizens across Cameroon bravely queued to vote in a momentous election. President Paul Biya, Africa’s oldest head...

Cameroon arrests four soldiers, who executed women and children Boko Haram...

Cameroon arrests four soldiers, who executed women and children Boko Haram suspects     Yaounde (Reuters) - Cameroon has arrested four soldiers suspected of shooting dead two...

Cameroonian Govt investigating Army’s execution of Boko Haram women, children

YAOUNDE (Reuters) - The Cameroonian government is investigating a video circulated online that appears to show men in military uniform shooting dead two women...

Cameroonian soldier killed in restive English-speaking region

    Yaounde (AFP) A soldier was killed in an attack in Cameroon's restive English-speaking Northwest Region on Saturday, local sources said.     The soldier was "ambushed" while...

15,000 Cameroonians seek refuge in Nigeria amid Govt crackdown, Cross River...

ABUJA (Reuters) - More than 15,000 Cameroonian refugees have fled to Nigeria amid a crackdown on Anglophone separatists, the United Nations (UN) refugee agency...

Cameroonian security agents storm Abuja hotel, arrest self-determination activists

In a move observers believe might have been sanctioned by the Federal Government, Cameroonian security agents on Friday stormed a meeting of the self-styled Interim...

Cameroon’s self-determination activists kill four gendarmes as Anglophone crisis worsens

YAOUNDE (Reuters) - Militants seeking independence for Cameroon’s English-speaking regions killed four gendarmes on Monday, the government said, as disputes with the Francophone-dominated government...

Activists demand release of detained Cameroonian writer

Agitation for the release of detained Cameroonian writer, Patrice Nganang, continued online and elssewhere on Monday with activists maintaining that the action by the Cameroonian...

Cameroon Cotton export gets 100m Euro boost from International Islamic Trade...

The International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC) (www.ITFC-IDB.org), a member of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group (www.IsDB.org), signed a EUR 100 million syndicated...

Cameroon’s Anglophones flee to Nigeria as crackdown against self-determination grows

Ikom (Reuters) - When soldiers burst into her village in southwest Cameroon last month with guns blazing, small farmer Eta Quinta, 32, raced into...

Cameroonian soldiers descend on Anglophone citizens, kill 8, several others injured

  Yaounde (Reuters) - No fewer than eight people were killed by Cameroonian soldiers with several others wounded in Nigeria's eastern neighbour's restless English-speaking regions...

Cameroon to shut Nigeria border over protests by its Anglophone citizens

YAOUNDE (Reuters) - The government of one of Cameroon’s Anglophone regions ordered its border with Nigeria closed this weekend in response to calls by...

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