Combat-ready troops were deployed in the capital Saturday as supporters of opposition party Cameroon Renaissance Movement Party defied a ban on protests against the outcome of the 2018 presidential election.
Opposition leader Maurice Kamto (left) and Presidentsident Paul Biya (right).
Cameroon: U.S.to End Preferential Trade Status
VOA, 2 November 2019
The White House plans to end Cameroon's preferential trade status in 2020 because of alleged human rights violations, a charge the West… Read more »
HRW, 28 October 2019
H.E Solomon Dersso, Chairperson of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights Read more »
Cameroon Tribune, 29 October 2019
The first-ever Summit and Economic Forum took place at the Russian city of Sochi from October 23-24, 2019. Read more »
Maurice Kamto has walked free from prison nine months after his arrest for leading protests against an election result he had denounced as fraudulent. His ... Read more »
On September 13, Fondang Mesaack Nathan, an English teacher at the high school in Avebe-Esse, a village in Cameroon's South region, was arrested after sating in class that the ... Read more »
At least 73 people have been arrested as thousands of supporters took to the streets, demanding the release of opposition leader Maurice Kamto who says that he won the October 7 ... Read more »