Charity organisation Norwegian Refugee Council is calling for increased attention to the country's crises to prevent the suffering of millions of vulnerable people in Cameroon.
Secessionist Fighting Tops List of World's Forgotten Crises
East African, 9 June 2019
Seven of the 10 most neglected crises in the world are in Africa, according to the charity organisation Norwegian Refugee Council's latest annual report on world crises. Read more »
Displaced families (file photo).
Africa's Next Full-Blown War Can Still Be Averted
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 5 June 2019
Any views expressed in this opinion piece are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. Read more »
Situation in North West/ South West - Building Dynamic Dialogue
Cameroon Tribune, 10 June 2019
The fallouts of the eventful outing last month by Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute in the two restive regions of Cameroon remain fresh as he pushed through the Head of State's… Read more »
Restoring Peace in NW, SW - Defence Minister Evaluates Progress
Cameroon Tribune, 7 June 2019
Minister Joseph Beti Assomo visited soldiers and held a meeting with high-ranking officers on duty in Bamenda on June 06, 2019. Read more »
Govt Arrests More Opposition Supporters as Protest Efforts Intensify
VOA, 11 June 2019
Cameroon has detained hundreds more supporters of opposition leader Maurice Kamto, who is facing treason charges after leading protests and asserting that he won last October's… Read more »
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 ... 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 »
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