Defence Minister Joseph Beti Assomo has said that although many soldiers have been killed, the military remains determined to fight and defeat armed separatists who are bent on destroying the country.
Govt Deploys More Troops to Fight Armed Separatists
VOA, 26 February 2018
Cameroon has deployed more troops to it's English speaking regions after another wave of attacks on public buildings and the kidnapping of military and government officials by… Read more »
Nigerian Govt Detains More Southern Cameroonian Separatists
Premium Times, 22 February 2018
Five alleged members of the Ambazonia separatist movement, a Cameroonian group seeking independence from the Francophone country, are currently being detained at an Abuja Police… Read more »
What One Man's 17-Year Ordeal Tells Us About Biya's Regime
African Arguments, 23 February 2018
Michel Atangana may be physically free, but like his country, he remains shackled in many ways. Read more »
The abduction of Joseph Namata was followed by the killing of three uniformed officers amid violence in other English-speaking towns as officials tried to celebrate National Youth ... Read more »
President Paul Biya in a televised address to the youths said tensions in the English-speaking regions that began more than a year ago have abated. Presidential hopeful, Cabral ... Read more »
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