Protesters Say Police Shot at Them - Govt Denies It
Michele Ndoki, a lawyer who defended the opposition at the constitutional council, where they alleged massive fraud and ballot-stuffing in favour of President Paul Biya's party, was shot in the leg. Another opposition figure, Celestin Djamen, was also wounded during demonstrations calling for the president to step down.
Cameroon's President Paul Biya.
Deutsche Welle, 28 January 2019
Cameroonians are taking their grievances against the regime of President Paul Biya to the world. Over the weekend, Cameroonians occupied the embassies of their country in Berlin… Read more »
Cameroon Tribune, 28 January 2019
Following is the declaration of the Minister of Communication, René Emmanuel Sadi during a press briefing in Yaounde on January 26, 2019 in the presence of the Minister of… Read more »
VOA, 28 January 2019
While Sudan hosted a new round of Central African Republic (C.A.R.) peace talks this week (Thursday, Jan. 24), Cameroon's military was announcing new troop deployments to contain… Read more »
In addition to corruption and the battle against separatists fighting to create an English-speaking state, there is also the war against Boko Haram at the northern border with ... Read more »
Tends of thousands of school-age children now live in the bush because of displacement over continued violence between Anglophone separatists and Francophone armed forces in the ... Read more »
Cameroonian separatists fighting for the independence of the self-declared state of Ambazonia have put their own cryptocurrency on sale to the general public. The AmbaCoin aims to ... Read more »