Human Rights Watch Accuses Cameroon Military of Ngarbuh Massacre
A new report from Human Rights Watch alleges that government forces and armed ethnic Fulani killed at least 21 civilians in Cameroon's Ngarbuh village, including 13 children and a pregnant woman, on February 14, 2020. They also burned five homes, pillaged scores of other properties, and beat residents.
Cameroon's conflict-ridden anglophone regions (file photo).
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