Cameroon Military Attacked World Heritage Site - Rights Group

Human Rights Watch say on September 24, soldiers from the Rapid Intervention Battalion attacked and looted the Royal Palace in Bafut, North-West region. The palace is included on a tentative list of world heritage sites by UNESCO since 2006.

  • Cameroon:  World Heritage Site Attacked

    HRW, 11 October 2019

    When Cameroon ratified the World Heritage Convention in 1982, it pledged to protect and preserve its rich historical and cultural heritage. Cameroon is also party to the 1954 Hague… Read more »

Bafut Palace


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