Cameroon's Opposition Leader Kamto Goes on Hunger Strike
Maurice Kamto and 29 of his imprisoned supporters started their hunger strike after being told they will face eight charges amounting to treason. If found guilty, they face the death penalty.
VOA, 1 February 2019
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Maurice Kamto opposed the country's regime, which has been in power since 1982.