"The human rights situation in Cameroon has reached crisis level and could still get much worse," said Mausi Segun, Africa Director at Human Rights Watch. "International action is needed to ensure that both sides protect civilians and ensure justice for crimes against them."
Killings, Destruction in Anglophone Regions, HRW Report Shows
HRW, 19 July 2018
Government security forces and armed separatists have committed grave abuses against residents of Cameroon's Anglophone region, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.… Read more »
Anglophone activist Mancho Bibixy.
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