Missionary's Death, A Tipping Point for U.S. Position on Cameroon
Charles Trumann Wesco and his family were living in the suburbs of Bamenda, a large city in the northwest region that has been at the center of the country's Anglophone crisis over the past two years.
Atlantic Council, 11 November 2018
Charles Trumann Wesco, an American missionary from Indiana who moved to the Republic of Cameroon with his wife and eight children just two weeks ago, was killed on October 30 after… Read more »
Fighters from anglophone regions of Cameroon.
Cameroon Tribune, 9 November 2018
Emissaries of the two European countries were at the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism on Wednesday and Thursday. Read more »