Cameroon Jails Anglophone Activists
A military court in Cameroon has sentenced seven activists from the country's Anglophone minority to 10 to 15 years in jail on terrorism and rebellion charges.
Activists Given Jail Sentences
VOA, 28 May 2018
A military tribunal in Cameroon sentenced seven English speaking detainees to 10 to 15 years in prison in connection with unrest that has paralyzed business in the English speaking… Read more »
Anglophone activist Mancho Bibixy.
Anglophone Activists Convicted of Terrorism
Deutsche Welle, 26 May 2018
The activists were arrested in 2017 for their alleged roles in an Anglophone secessionist movement. Cameroon's English-speaking minority has long complained of discrimination at… Read more »
As President Paul Biya led National Day celebrations in Yaounde, several policemen were killed, soldiers wounded and mayors kidnapped by suspected armed separatists who had warned ... Read more »
The unrest in Cameroon's English-speaking areas continues as separatists attack government officials and soldiers burn villages. Many are now looking to the Catholic Church for ... Read more »
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