The Conversation's Julius A. Amin, who travelled the country and spoke with different communities, says he witnessed the devastating impact of the Anglophone conflict on people.
Biya Must Stop the Killings in Cameroon and Lead the Search for Peace
The Conversation Africa, 18 July 2018
I spent part of last month in Cameroon travelling to various communities and listening to ordinary voices about the ongoing Anglophone crisis. I witnessed the devastating impact of… Read more »
70 years old William Ajili shares his familly's food with refugees fro Cameroon.
Crisis Threatens Wildlife As People Flee to Protected Areas
African Arguments, 12 July 2018
Many displaced by the conflict are fleeing to biodiversity hotspots, clearing forests to build homes and hunting endangered animals for survival. Read more »
"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 ... Read more »
The government says the number of security forces killed while fighting armed English-speaking separatists who want to split from the French-speaking regions of the country has ... Read more »
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