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Human Rights Watch urges Cameroon to make humanitarian response to Anglophone crisis more inclusive

Concrete action is needed to make the humanitarian response to the crisis in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon more inclusive of people with disabilities, Human Rights Watch said on Tuesday on International Human Rights Day.

Buhari admin glad over Nigeria’s border closure with Cameroon, Benin and others, citing billions of dollars in benefits

Two months into closure of Nigeria’s land border to curb smuggling activities, especially rice, President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration is betting on same measure to rekindle the agriculture sector.The government’s directive will save...

Nigerian court declares deportation Of Southern Cameroon leader unconstitutional

A Nigerian Federal High Court in Abuja on Thursday declared the arrest and deportation of Dr Egbe Ogork, one of the separatist leaders of Southern Cameroon, unlawful and unconstitutional, a report said. Online...

Jumia suspends e-commerce business in Cameroon

Online retailer Jumia Technologies suspended its e-commerce business in Cameroon on Monday.In a statement the company often known as "the Amazon of Africa" said its transactional portal was “not suitable to the...

African leaders flying to Paris to discuss peace but business, China and Russia may be on the table

African leaders are flying out again, this time for the French capital, Paris, officially to discuss peace with other world leaders, but business and politics would not be far away.Dozens of African...

Family of Cameroonian immigrant who died in US detention facility denied visa to take body home

The lifeless body of a 37-year-old Cameroonian, Nebane Abienwi, an asylum-seeker who died in US immigration custody on October 1, is yet to return home despite numerous attempts by his family.More than...

Inside a secret club for gay men in Cameroon

Same sex relationships are illegal in Cameroon and those who are "caught" are not only punished by the state, they also suffer the humiliation the society - including family members, neighbors, colleagues or schoolmates - inflicts...

Three new power plants providing reliable electricity in Cameroon

For many years, Cameroon’s national electricity supply has been notoriously unreliable and subject to power cuts. The last significant electric system outage, which lasted eight hours, occurred last March and affected several of the country’s regions,...

Cameroon wants to buy Russia’s Panstir-S1 Anti-aircraft system, armored carriers to counter extremism

To better combat extremism and terrorist movement such as Nigerian-based terrorist group, Boko Haram and ISIS West Africa the government of Cameroon has publicly announced its interest in purchasing Russian-made armored personnel carriers, as well as military transport...

Experts warn climate change could increase malaria deaths in Africa

Central Africa is fighting to maintain momentum in its battle with malaria in the face of other health challenges, climate change and other threats, according to a new report.The report, issued at...
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Saudi Arabia imposes travel restrictions to holy land over coronavirus months ahead of hajj pilgrimage

Saudi Arabia announced on Thursday it was imposing travel restrictions on foreign nationals to the holy...
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World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings may be canceled or held virtually amid coronavirus concerns – Official

The 2020 World Bank and International Monetary Fund Spring Meetings which are scheduled for April may be canceled or held virtually...

Trump announces U.S. developing a coronavirus vaccine, sets up a task force as CDC warns virus may soon spread to U.S.

President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday the United States was developing a vaccine to respond to the coronavirus outbreak "very rapidly".

5 dead at MolsonCoors campus in Milwaukee, President Trump says

At least five people were killed on Wednesday after a gunman opened fire at the MolsonCoors headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, President...

BREAKING: Several suspects arrested in four U.S. states for racially targeting black and jewish journalists and activists

Four racially motivated violent extremists from across the U.S. were arrested and charged on Wednesday in U.S District Court in Seattle...
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