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At national dialogue, Anglophones table demands for peace to return in Cameroon

A separatist fighter in Cameroon, who described himself as 'General Capture and Destroy', made an emotional call for peace during a press briefing at the Yaounde conference centre on Thursday on the sidelines of a national...

VIDEO: Anglophones storm UN General Assembly to protest killings by Biya’s regime in Cameroon

Dozens of protesters stormed the United Nations headquarters on Friday to draw the attention of the international community to the killings of Anglophones in Cameroon by the administration of President Paul Biya.

Separatist leaders in Washington launch new coalition to free Anglophones in Cameroon

Separatist leaders from over a dozen liberation movements fighting for the independence of Southern Cameroon launched a powerful new coalition on Saturday to finally bring freedom to Anglophones in Cameroon.

Cameroon defense minister warns soldiers against terrorizing Anglophones

The Cameroonian Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defense, Joseph Beti Assomo, has warned soldiers in the two English Speaking Regions, to refrain from terrorizing the population and protect...

Rights group condemns killing of Anglophones in Cameroon

A human rights group, Center for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa, has condemned the killing of Anglophones in Cameroon and called on both sides to avoid hate speech and exercise...

Several gunshots leave more Anglophones dead in Cameroon as the world remains deaf and blind

Long serving President of Cameroon, Paul Biya, was about to fly to Geneva on Sunday morning, and roads from his palace to the international airport in Yaounde were shut.

Cameroon: Anglophones’ main political party, SDF, boycotts parliamentary session in capital Yaounde

Anglophone MPs on Tuesday boycotted a parliamentary session in Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon, to register their grievances against the brutal manner the government of President Paul Biya has been handling protests by secessionists in the Northwest and Southwest...

Breaking: Angry Anglophones burn school with 2000 student capacity in Cameroon to warn parents

A school with 2000 student capacity in the English-speaking part of Cameroon has been set on fire by angry Anglophones who want anti-government protests in the volatile regions to continue.Our correspondent in Cameroon, Peter Kum, reports that the fire...

Cameroon crisis: Angry Anglophones burn residence of Anglophone leader “for being a traitor”

Lawyer Felix Agbor Balla Nkongho, the leader of the recent Angophone movement in Cameroon, seems to be paying a heavy price for asking parents in the Anglophone regions to send children back to school, after they repeatedly resisted the...

Claims By Anglophones There Were 2 Independent Cameroons in 1961 Are False. Here Is The Truth

Many people here in the West do not know it. But, the country known today as Cameroon in English or Cameroun in French, was known as Kamerun for several decades when it was a German colony between 1884 and...
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IMF’s Kristalina Georgieva worried over Africa’s escalating debt

The Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgieva, is worried over Africa's escalating debt, she said in Berlin, Germany,...

Chinese billionaire Jack Ma tasks African entrepreneurs to grab e-commerce opportunities

Jack Ma, co-founder of Alibaba group, one of the world's largest e-commerce businesses, has told African entrepreneurs they will find countless...

BREAKING: Nigeria’s EFCC details how serial criminal masterminded $1m Scam from prison

A convicted internet fraudster in Nigeria, Hope Olusegun Aroke, who is serving a 24-year jail term at the Kirikiri Maximum Prison...

Aisha Buhari announces new radio station for Nigerian women

First Lady, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Aisha Buhari, has been honoured as Woman of the Year 2019 at the 4th Edition...

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