Homes and Villages in Cameroon Burned, Allegedly by Soldiers

Residents have said that the army attacked villages and other areas where they believed armed separatists were hiding, or holding training camps.

One of the separatist fighting groups, the Ambazonia Defense Forces, claims to have 1,500 active soldiers spread over more than 20 camps but appear to have few modern assault rifles.

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