Thousands of residents have fled to the country's French speaking cities of Douala, Yaoundé, and Bafoussam, during August and September, anticipating more bloodshed before the country's October presidential elections.
President Due to Visit Separatist Stronghold
Deutsche Welle, 1 October 2018
Cameroon's President Paul Biya is scheduled to visit Buea, a separatist stronghold, this week. His visit coincides with the anniversary of the self-proclaimed Ambazonia Republic.… Read more »
The World's Major Powers Must Not Ignore Cameroon's Anglophone Crisis
The Conversation Africa, 27 September 2018
Cameroon's Anglophone region is rapidly becoming a no-go zone. Thousands of residents fled to the country's French speaking cities of Douala, Yaoundé, and Bafoussam, during… Read more »
Women protest, holding up a poster with images of atrocities committed in an ongoing conflict between government forces and armed separatists, in Bamenda, Cameroon, Sept. 7, 2018.
President Biya Launches Campaign on Northern Border
VOA, 1 October 2018
Cameroon president Paul Biya says he has successfully pushed the militant group Boko Haram beyond Cameroon's borders and urgently needs to be re-elected in the October 7… Read more »
Govt Imposes Curfew in Troubled English Regions
CAJ News, 21 September 2018
HUMAN rights groups have condemned the issuing of travel restrictions by government in the English-speaking volatile regions of Cameroon. Read more »
U.S. Keeps Training Cameroon Troops but Urges Accountability in Criminal Probe
As Cameroonian authorities investigate horrific crimes that appear to be have been committed by government soldiers in the Far North Region, the U.S. military is calling for… Read more »
The spiraling crisis in the Anglophone regions has tarnished President Paul Biya's reputation in the West as an arbiter of stability in tenuous central Africa and could threaten ... 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 »
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 »
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