Violence Following Cameroon Seperatist Leader's Sentencing
The military says at least two people were killed in Bamenda and six wounded in a shoot-out after separatists attacked towns and villages in protest after a military tribunal gave their leader and 9 supporters life sentences.
Cameroon's conflict-ridden anglophone regions
The president of the self-declared federal state of Ambazonia, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe, together with nine other separatist leaders have been sentenced to life imprisonment by a ... 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 »