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13 militants killed in military offensive in Cameroon’s troubled Anglophone region

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At least 13 armed militants were killed and many wounded as Cameroon military launched a campaign against armed separatists in Kikaikom in restive English-speaking...
Cameroon and Chad

Cameroonian police on high alert over possible separatist attacks in capital

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Cameroon's police are on high alert over possible separatist attacks in the capital, Yaounde, a senior police officer said on Monday. Cameroon...
Human trafficking

Cameroon launches program to curb human trafficking

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Cameroon's Ministry of Social Affairs and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) have launched a program to combat human trafficking and smuggling in indigenous...
Cameroon army

Cameroon army warns against separatists planning to disrupt general elections

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Cameroon army on Tuesday warned that armed separatists planning to disrupt general elections scheduled for next will bear a heavy cost for their actions. ...
Cameroon and Chad

7 killed in Cameroon bridge collapse

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Seven people were confirmed dead and 14 others seriously injured on Sunday after a bridge collapsed in Massok, a locality in Cameroon's Littoral region,...
Cameroon and Chad

Cameroon minister warns against attempts to disrupt general elections

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Cameroon's Minister of Territorial Administration Paul Atanga Nji on Monday issued a warning to "those planning to disrupt elections," reiterating that the country will...
Cameroon and Chad

Infighting between separatists kills 2 in Cameroon’s restive Anglophone region

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Infighting between two separatists at the Marumba Botundua locality of Southwest, one of Cameroon's two troubled English-speaking regions, has left two dead, according to...
Cameroon and Chad

11 killed in suicide attack in Cameroon’s Far North region

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At least 11 people were killed and 26 others were injured Monday afternoon in a suicide attack on El Beid bridge in Fotokol, a...
Kenya's polls body

Separatists announce lock-down to disrupt general elections in Cameroon’s restive Anglophone regions

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Separatist leaders said on Friday they will be imposing a 6-day lockdown in Cameroon's two troubled English-speaking regions in February to disrupt the general...
Cameroon and Chad

Cameroonian House Speaker urges full implementation of decentralization reform

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Cameroon's House Speaker of National Assembly Cavaye Yeguie Djibril on Friday urged the Cameroonian government to fully implement the new law on decentralization that...
Reinnier Kaze, AFP | This photo taken on June 16, 2017 shows the city of Bamenda, the Anglophone capital of northwest Cameroon.

10 separatists killed, 3 hostages freed in Cameroon’s restive Anglophone region

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At least 10 armed separatists were killed and three hostages freed by the Cameroon army early Wednesday in Njup, a locality in Cameroon's troubled...
cholera

2 killed, 7 hospitalized in cholera outbreak in Bakassi Peninsula

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Cholera has killed two and left seven others hospitalized in Bakassi Peninsula, Cameroon's local health officials said on Tuesday. All measures have...
entrepreneur

Cameroon holds maiden global entrepreneurship forum

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The first edition of Global Entrepreneurship Week started on Monday in Cameroon's capital city, Yaounde, to promote originality and creativity in entrepreneurship to attract...

“We will qualify for 2020 Tokyo Olympics” Coach Ibrahim Tanko

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Ibrahim Tanko, the Head Coach of Ghana’s U-23 national team, the Black Meteors has said, he is confident his charges will book a ticket...
Cameroon

Cameroon Look To Realize Olympic Another Dream

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…Aim To Roar At CAF U-23 AFCON After successive losses at the preliminary rounds of the previous editions, Cameroon have finally earned the pleasure of...
Reinnier Kaze, AFP | This photo taken on June 16, 2017 shows the city of Bamenda, the Anglophone capital of northwest Cameroon.

Two students and father abducted in Cameroon’s troubled Anglophone region

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Two female students and their father were abducted early Wednesday by armed separatists in Cameroon's troubled Anglophone region of Southwest, according to local authorities. ...
lawyer

Lawyers in Cameroon begin nationwide strike for better working conditions

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Cameroonian lawyers on Monday started a nationwide strike following the government failure to respond to their calls for "better working conditions" for lawyers in...
Reinnier Kaze, AFP | This photo taken on June 16, 2017 shows the city of Bamenda, the Anglophone capital of northwest Cameroon.

Armed separatist commander among two killed in Cameroon’s troubled Anglophone region

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Cameroon army said Sunday that a commander of the Ambazonia Defense Force (ADF), popularly known as Boss Agaba, and one other armed separatist were...
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27 Boko Haram secret agents arrested in Cameroon

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Cameroon army said it has arrested and detained 27 secret agents of terror group Boko Haram in Mora, a locality in the country's Far...
Cameroon and Chad

PM stresses importance of culture in promoting peace, unity in Cameroon

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Cameroon's Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute on Tuesday stressed on the need to use culture to promote peace and unity in the face of...
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400 smuggled ammunitions seized in Cameroon

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Cameroon Customs in the Southwest region said Monday they had seized 400 smuggled ammunition in the coastal town of Tiko which hosts the third...
Kidnap

Catholic Bishop kidnapped in Cameroon’s restive region

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Armed separatists kidnapped a prominent Catholic Bishop early Saturday in Bui, a division in Cameroon's restive region of Northwest, according to officials of the...
Cameroon and Chad

Cameroon, Chad discuss bilateral relations

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Cameroon's Foreign Minister Lejeune Mbella Mbella and his Chadian counterpart, Mahamat Zene Cherif, discussed on Wednesday bilateral relations and a number of regional...
Cocoa

Cameroon to produce 600,000 tons of cocoa in 2020

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Cameroon aims to increase its cocoa production to 600,000 tons in 2020, according to the country's Minister of Trade, Luc Magloire Mbarga Atangana. ...

AFRIMA readies for stakeholders’ Conference in Cameroon

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In its continual drive to build capacity for knowledge sharing among African music professionals and culture enthusiasts, the 6th All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA,...
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4 police officers killed in Cameroon’s restive Anglophone region

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At least four Cameroon police officers died Saturday in Otu, a locality in troubled Anglophone region of Southwest, after their vehicle stepped on an...
multiple fatality accident

Cameroon to hold mining exhibition to attract international investors

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Officials of Cameroon's Ministry of Mines, Industry and Technological Development said Tuesday the country will hold an exhibition in September to promote its mining...
Cameroonian President Paul Biya (R, front) converses with Chadian President Idriss Deby Itno during the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) leaders summit in Yaounde, capital of Cameroon, Feb. 16, 2015. The leaders of ECCAS agreed Monday in an extraordinary summit to provide Cameroon and Chad with an emergency aid of 50 billion FCFA (about 100 million U.S. dollars) to combat Boko Haram. (Xinhua/Fabrice Ngon)

Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea discuss regional integration

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Cameroon President Paul Biya met on Monday with Baltasar Engonga Edjo, Equatorial Guinean minister in charge of regional integration, to discuss the latest development...
cattle

Probe underway after lions kill 53 cattle in Cameroon

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Officials of Cameroon's Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife said Tuesday that formal inquiries have been launched after four hungry lions, after escaping from a...
refugee

Chinese Aid Improves Lives of Refugees in Cameroon

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Thirty-year-old Howa Boka Ali sat baby-in-lap, explaining how terror group Boko Haram burned her house in Nigeria, destroyed her crops, stole her domestic animals...