Cameroon Braces for Another Turbulent School Year

A few weeks to the start of the academic year, the country is still caught up in a crisis that began in November 2016 with protesters burning down schools that try to open their gates.



Prvious demonstrations in Buea (file photo).

  • Cameroon:   School Set on Fire as Anglophone Strike Deepens

    VOA, 24 August 2017

    At least half a dozen schools in Cameroon's two English-speaking regions have been burned in the past week. It is the latest sign of deepening tensions as the ongoing strike in… Read more »

  • Cameroon:   Let's Avert the Worst

    Cameroon Tribune, 23 August 2017

    No matter the genuine reason behind an intentional killing of oneself, this act cannot be tolerated by any right-thinking person. Cameroonians like citizens of other nations dread… Read more »

  • Cameroon:   Life Time Editor Detained Without Trial On Terror Charges

    CPJ, 24 August 2017

    Authorities arrested Tim Finnian, editor of the weekly Cameroonian newspaper, Life Time, on January 26, 2017, over a report that he published alleging that two English-speaking… Read more »

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