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Man who incited violence in Cameroon jailed in London

A man who posted messages calling for violence in Cameroon on his social media accounts has been jailed for two years after counter terrorism detectives spotted one of his posts,…

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International Rights Groups ask UN to ‘Formally’ Add Anglophone Crisis to Security Council Agenda

Nine international and national human rights organizations have written an open letter to members of the United Nations Security Council asking them to formally add Cameroon to its agenda as…

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Meet Malapane Ntebatse Vinolia: South Africa’s next big thing

SA Model Malapane Ntebatse Vinolia’s mission is to give hope to African kids who think the dark skin colour is barrier to success. She encourages African kids not to give…

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Updated – Cameroon/Anglophone crisis: Bambili deprived of electricity for 12 days

Hundreds of households in Bambili are deprived of electricity and are forced to use kerosene-fed lamps, solar lamps or generators; for those who can afford. This condition, combined with insecurity…

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Cameroon/Anglophone crisis: Power restored in Bambili after 12 days

Eneo Cameroon, the national electricity company of Cameroon has restored power to hundreds of households in Bambili, Tubah Sub – Division, Northwest Region on Wednesday morning. The area was deprived…

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Bishop of Kumbo provides shelter for IDP’s living bushes

The Bishop of Kumbo, Msgr George Nkuo says he has got a new, safe and dignifying home for those who have been living in the bushes following military raids in…

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Part 1 of My Peace Journey – Caryn Dasah

After my training in Johannesburg It was time to come back home. I had enjoyed the comfort of our Hosts though I had to come back to Cameroon my Country.…

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$299M needed as OCHA calls on the international community to assist Cameroon

Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator (OCHA), Mark Lowcock has called on the international community to increase awareness of the humanitarian problem, improve the financing of humanitarian operations…

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“Cameroonian Problems should be resolved in Cameroon by Cameroonians” – Rene Emmanuel SADI

In a press conference organized by the ministry of communications in Cameroon, late Wednesday, April 22, the Minister of Communications, Rene Emmanuel SADI, briefed Cameroonians and the International community on…

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Cameroon health ministry orders health facilities to liberate all patients incapable of paying bills

In a letter addressed to heads of public health facilities in Cameroon, on March 14 Dr. Malachie Manaouda instructed that patients should no longer be kept against their will in…

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