Human Rights Watch has said that soldiers allegedly went on the rampage in the North-West region on May 15, 2019, burning over 70 homes in Mankon, Bamenda.
Promised Investigation Should Be Independent
HRW, 23 May 2019
Cameroonian soldiers went on a rampage in the English-speaking North-West region on May 15, 2019, burning over 70 homes in Mankon, Bamenda. Soldiers dragged one man from his house,… Read more »
Cameroon military (file photo).
Cameroon Remains Resilient Amid Crisis
Observer, 23 May 2019
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Upheavals in NW/SW Regions - Post Dion Ngute Visit Raises Expectations
Cameroon Tribune, 22 May 2019
The PM's communion with the South West remains reminiscent. Read more »
South Africa Can Stop the Spiral of Abuses
HRW, 21 May 2019
South Africans love it when Cameroon's Indomitable Lions fly the flag for African football at the Fifa World Cup, but they don't pay much attention to its politics, or to its… 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 »
Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute, during his ongoing peace mission in the western parts of the country, has said that the president is willing to "listen to all other issues with ... 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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