Using History to Resolve the Anglophone Crisis
allAfrica, 22 March 2018
Cameroon’s history points to an outcome that might end its conflict: a return to a federal system in which each linguistic region enjoys a level of autonomy. Read more »
As more and more Anglophones flee a violent crackdown in the region and seek asylum in Nigeria, the UN refugee agency has warned that without more funding and assistance, the ... Read more »
The Kidnaping took place as President Paul Biya dispatched a minister to the troubled English-speaking regions on a peace-building mission. Read more »
Private media houses are defying a ban imposed on the broadcast of political programmes by the National Communications Council, who said it feared it may cause conflict ahead of ... Read more »
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