The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights says the government has rejected the organizations request to access the country in order to verify reports of horrific abuse by separatist and government forces in the English-speaking regions.
Protesters use catapult against police in Bamenda
Escalating Conflict Triggers Alarm at UN
VOA, 27 July 2018
The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, is seeking access to Cameroon to verify what he says are alarming reports of horrific abuse by separatist and… Read more »
Little Aid for Thousands Fleeing Anglophone Conflict - UN
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 17 July 2018
Cameroonians fleeing an increasingly bloody separatist conflict have received little aid as humanitarian agencies struggle to access the area, the United Nations said on Tuesday. Read more »
Fallen Police Superintendent Gets Last Respects
Cameroon Tribune, 23 July 2018
Nsimi Onana Joel Parfait was posthumously decorated by the Delegate General for National Security with regards to his services offered to the State. Read more »
Situation in North West - South West Regions - Catholic Christians Pray for Peace
Cameroon Tribune, 24 July 2018
Members of the Catholic Men Association, CMA, yesterday organised a national day of prayer for normalcy to return to Cameroon. Read more »
Humanitarian Assistance Plan for the NW&SW - First Consignment Arrives in South West Region
Cameroon Tribune, 26 July 2018
Three of the six Divisions in the region are on schedule for the distribution of household items to the Internal Displaced Persons. Read more »
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. 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 »
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