Cameroonians Fleeing to Nigeria Ahead of Elections

Villagers in Cameroon's volatile northwest region are fleeing separatist violence ahead of February 9 local and parliamentary elections. Rebels have vowed to stop the elections and are clashing with the military, while civilians are caught up in the fighting.


Deserted English speaking town of Buea, Feb 6, 2019.


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