German lawmaker Christoph Hoffmann has written a letter to Chancellor Angela Merkel asking her to weigh in on Cameroon's political crisis, after a new report placed it at the top of the neglected countries list.
German Lawmaker Urges Merkel to Pay More Attention to Crisis
Deutsche Welle, 5 June 2019
German lawmaker Christoph Hoffmann has written a letter to Chancellor Angela Merkel asking her to weigh in on Cameroon's political crisis. A new report places Cameroon at the top… Read more »
A truck with armed with military men patrols an English-speaking area.
Country Tops List of World's Most Neglected Displacement Crises
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 5 June 2019
A conflict that has forced half a million people from their homes in Cameroon was on Wednesday named the world's most neglected displacement crisis by aid workers who said the… Read more »
Mass Arrests of Opposition Members
HRW, 4 June 2019
At least 350 members and supporters of Cameroon's main opposition party, including its vice president, were arrested across the country this weekend after they tried to hold… Read more »
Nine human rights organizations are calling on members of the United Nations Security Council to focus on the deteriorating humanitarian and human rights situation in Cameroon at ... Read more »
At least 73 people have been arrested as thousands of supporters took to the streets, demanding the release of opposition leader Maurice Kamto who says that he won the October 7 ... Read more »
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. Read more »
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