Hundreds of people marched in Yaounde, the country´s capital, demanding to know the whereabouts of imprisoned relatives who were moved to unknown locations after a riot inside a large prison in the city.
Whereabouts of 100s Unknown After Prison Riot
VOA, 6 August 2019
Hundreds of people marched in Cameroon's capital, demanding to know the whereabouts of imprisoned relatives who were moved to unknown locations last week after a riot inside a… Read more »
Prisoners are taken from the Kondengui Central Prison in Yaounde, Cameroon, July 23, 2019.
People With Disabilities Caught in Crisis
HRW, 5 August 2019
People with disabilities in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon are caught in the violence and struggle to flee to safety when their communities come under attack. They also face… Read more »
Return to Normalcy in NW/SW - UNDP Supports Economic Recovery, Social Cohesion
Cameroon Tribune, 2 August 2019
An Agreement has been signed with some 18 North West and South West based civil society organisations for infrastructure and livelihood development. Read more »
Sissiku Julius Ayuktabe and others arrested in the crisis are threatening to go on hunger strike if the whereabout of one of the protest leaders, Mancho BBC, arrested during the ... Read more »
Amnesty International says authorities must refrain from using excessive force against prisoners, and independently and effectively investigate the use of firearms and live ... Read more »
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