Cameroon Activists Plead Not Guilty
Human rights lawyer Felix Agbor Balla, university lecturer Fontem Neba and radio host Mancho Bibixy, involved in organising protests over the last three months, have pleaded not guilty to charges of terrorism at a military tribunal in Yaoundé.
RFI, 13 February 2017
Three Cameroonian activists pleaded not guilty to charges of terrorism at a military tribunal in Yaoundé on Monday. Human rights lawyer Felix Agbor Balla, university… Read more »
Protesters use catapult against police in Bamenda
CAJ News, 14 February 2017
CAMEROON is under international pressure to restore internet services to predominantly English-speaking parts of the country cut off since January following anti-government… Read more »
Schools in the English-speaking areas of the country have been closed since teachers went on strike in 2016, mainly over what they consider the dominance of French. Read more »