English-Speaking Cameroonians Claim Harassment

Displaced Anglophones, who fled from the separatist war in western regions to the capital, are accusing authorities of harassment. This after the government declared a security alert after two explosions in Yaounde the capital, and began raids on houses in English-speaking neighbourhoods.

Nigerians and Cameroonians pray for peace in Cameroon, at Saint Joseph's Anglophone Parish in Cameroon's capital, Yaounde in September 2019.

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