Parents are pulling their children from schools after separatists fighting for the independence of the English-speaking regions of Cameroon reportedly attacked a school. A video is also circulating alleging that militants decapitated a security official.
Militants Behead Cameroon Security Official
CAJ News, 19 September 2018
AN estimated 400 civilians and 160 state security personnel have been killed in the protests in English-speaking regions of Cameroon over the past two years. Read more »
School Attacks in Cameroon Prompt Parents to Withdraw Students
VOA, 19 September 2018
Thousands of parents are withdrawing their children from schools in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon after armed men attacked and wounded dozens of people in their… Read more »
Horrific Violence Escalates Further in Anglophone Regions
AI London, 18 September 2018
The brutal attacks against ordinary people and security forces are further proof of the horrific escalation of violence in Cameroon's Anglophone regions, Amnesty International said… Read more »
A self-defence group guards a school in Cameroon. (file photo)
Many people have fled the English-speaking regions of Cameroon as fighting has intensified in the Anglophone regions between security forces and armed groups. Unrest in the country ... Read more »
Armed Anglophone separatists have burned buses and blocked traffic into and out of the capital of the English-speaking northwest region, in an action meant to disrupt October's ... Read more »
Freelance journalist Emmanuel Freudenthal reports for IRIN on a week-long journey with a secessionist anglophone armed group which is fighting the government of Cameroon in a bid ... Read more »
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