The Kidnaping took place as President Paul Biya dispatched a minister to the troubled English-speaking regions on a peace-building mission.
Armed Anglophone Separatists Kidnap 40
VOA, 20 March 2018
Armed separatists in Cameroon have abducted 40 people, including a government official. The abductions occurred as President Paul Biya dispatched a minister to the troubled English… Read more »
Cameroon security (file photo).
Aging Biya Calls First Cabinet Meeting Since 2015
East African, 15 March 2018
Cameroon's octogenarian President Paul Biya, who has ruled the central African country with zero tolerance for dissent for a third of a century, will hold his first cabinet meeting… Read more »
Accelerating Govenment Actions - President Paul Biya Gives Orientations
Cameroon Tribune, 16 March 2018
Below is a press release following yesterday's Council of Ministers' Meeting. Read more »
In a new video, a regional government official kidnapped by armed separatists says he will be executed if the government does not reveal the whereabouts of 47 detained separatist ... Read more »
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