The UN has warned that the country has become one of the fastest-growing displacement crises in Africa, and that the security and humanitarian situations are deteriorating and risk spiraling out of control.
UN Warns Crisis in Anglophone Cameroon Worsening
VOA, 14 May 2019
The U.N. warned Monday that Cameroon has become one of the fastest-growing displacement crises in Africa, and that the security and humanitarian situations are deteriorating and… Read more »
Cameroonian refugees arriving in Cross River State (file photo).
Cameroon Crisis 'More Alarming Than Ever'
IPS, 16 May 2019
The United Nations must act to prevent further devastation from the escalating crisis in Cameroon, human rights groups said. Read more »
Cameroon PM in First Visit in Restive Anglophone Regions
East African, 9 May 2019
Cameroon's Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute on Thursday began a one week visit to the conflict-hit English speaking Northwest and Southwest regions hoping to find a political… Read more »
UN - Shine Spotlight On Brutality in Cameroon
HRW, 13 May 2019
The United Nations Security Council's decision to hold an informal meeting on Cameroon on May 13, 2019 gives momentum to international efforts to address the human rights crisis in… Read more »
'I've Not Gone to School Again' - the Student Victims of Cameroon's Crisis
African Arguments, 14 May 2019
For years now, students and teachers in the Anglophone regions have been prevented from going to school. Read more »
Taking Dialogue Further
Cameroon Tribune, 13 May 2019
The maiden working visit by Prime Minister Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute to the North West Region from 9-12 May 2019 following his appointment on 4 January 2019 has ended with a major… Read more »
Crusading for Normalcy in NW, SW Regions - Continuity in Dialogue!
The looming discussions on the raging upheavals would be coming after two inter-ministerial committees thanks to which the Head of State already took wideranging moves to address… Read more »
Situation in NW/SW - Dialogue Efforts Stepped Up
Prime Minister, Head of Government, Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute ended his maiden working visit to the North West region on May 12, 2019 after communing with the population Read more »
Government forces in the country's Anglophone regions have killed scores of civilians, using indiscriminate force, and torched hundreds of homes over the past six months - this as ... Read more »
The government is doing everything it can to keep the world in the dark about its ongoing abuses, but it won't succeed, says HRW's Philippe Bolopion. Read more »
The country needs a rapid and deep-rooted effort to tackle the violence that has spilled over the border from Nigeria, Chad and Central African Republic, while crackdowns on ... Read more »
Authorities have tortured and held incommunicado detainees at a detention facility in Yaoundé. Security forces at the State Defense Secretariat have severely beaten and used ... Read more »
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