Some 200 villagers avidly take in an evening of films thanks to a travelling cinema team with the dual goal of entertaining and enlightening.
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News about the struggle for democracy in Cameroon. According to Freedom House, the dictator is "not required to consult the National Assembly and the Supreme Court works at the president’s request". Regional turmoil also clearly complicates national progress. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our articles on Africa.
Two musicians are traveling through the volatile English-speaking regions of Cameroon in hopes of ending a war that has killed more than 1,000 people.
Cameroon disabled hold peace rallies in cities across country after clashes between the military and armed separatists killed several handicapped people.
Mimi Mefo of Cameroon’s restive Anglophone region remains in jail after she was arrested and charged with propagating false information and terrorism.
Media rights organizations are calling on authorities in Cameroon to release five journalists detained without charges in the past month.
Cameroon’s Constitutional Court announced presidential election result in favour of incumbent Biya, 85, in power since 1982. How did Biya win? With everything being equal, he will be in power till 2025, a whopping 43 years in power.
Protests following the October 7 re-election of Cameroon’s Dictator, Biya to step down seek safer grounds to avoid arrests and crackdown by security forces.
Hundreds of people, most of them youths, Saturday marched and sang in the streets of Cameroon’s economic capital city Douala, to demand Biya’s resignation.
Hundreds of youths marched through the streets of Yaounde, celebrating the so call victory of their candidate, Maurice Kamtos, in Sunday’s election.
Cameroonians Sunday poll is widely expected to extend the 36-year rule of President Paul Biya and confirm him as one of Africa’s last multi-decade leaders.