The death of an American missionary amid the Anglophone conflict has once again placed the spotlight on the regions where civilians who have fled the war between separatists and soldiers, live in deplorable conditions.
English Speakers Living Rough to Avoid Bullets and Machetes
Deutsche Welle, 1 November 2018
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The National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (file photo).
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