President Paul Biya has ordered a military court to halt its trial of the leaders in order to ease tensions with the country's minority English-speaking areas.
Govt Drops 'Terror' Case Against Anglophone Activists
Deutsche Welle, 31 August 2017
Cameroon's president has ordered a military court to halt its trial of Anglophone leaders to ease tensions with the country's minority English-speaking areas. The activists faced a… Read more »
Protesters use catapult against police in Bamenda
Situation in North West, South West - President Biya Orders Discontinuance of Proceedings
Cameroon Tribune, 31 August 2017
Below is a press statement released yesterday. Read more »
After proving to his compatriots that he is a leader who listens to his people and acts in their interest with respect of the norms of prudent leadership, President Biya yesterday… Read more »
Situation in NW and SW - Jean-Jacques Ekindi Condemns Violence
Cameroon Tribune, 29 August 2017
Jean-Jacques Ekindi, président du Mouvement progressiste. « Ce n'est pas admissible de saccager des établissements » Read more »
Claims By Anglophone Lawyers - the Milestone Covered By Government
Quite a good number of measures have been taken in line with claims raised by Anglophone lawyers in order to cleans the English arm of the country's judicial system: Read more »
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 ... Read more »
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