Cameroon Separatist Leaders Shun 'National Dialogue'
Cameroon's government has called for a "national dialogue" on the separatist crisis in its northwest and southwest regions. However, U.S. and Europe-based separatist leaders invited to the talks say they will not take part in any dialogue unless it is held outside the country with non-Cameroonians as mediators.
Damaged building that was part of the torched district hospital in Kumba
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