Armed groups in the restive Englishispeaking regions have been attacking and chopping off the fingers of workers of the country's second largest employer, the Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC), in what has been described as renewed efforts to destabilize the region.
Armed Groups Attack Plantation Workers
VOA, 5 November 2018
Armed groups in Cameroon's restive English speaking regions have been attacking and chopping off fingers of workers of the country's second largest employer, the Cameroon… Read more »
Farmers in Cameroon (file photo).
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