It has been two months since the Ngarbuh massacre, which stands as a prime example of the impunity for the Cameroonian security forces. Human Rights Watch Central Africa Director, Lewis Mudge has said "the Cameroon government should immediately make the findings of its investigation public and ensure that those responsible are brought to justice."
Women protest, holding up a poster with images of atrocities committed in an ongoing conflict between government forces and armed separatists, in Bamenda, Cameroon, Sept. 7, 2018.
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 ... Read more »
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has extended his deepest condolences to the families of those killed in an attack on a village in northwest Cameroon. ... Read more »