In an extraordinary speech to the nation on September 10, 2019, Paul Biya, President of Cameroon since November 1982, announced the organization of a “Major National Dialogue” for the end of September 2019. He said the dialogue was chiefly meant to address the violent conflict in Cameroon’s two mainly English-speaking regions of the North West […]
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Teachers in Cameroon might think twice while talking in class after a colleague was arrested for proposing Maurice Kamto be part of national dialogue.
In an extraordinary speech President Biya of Cameroon called for a national dialogue to solve the Anglophone conflict. Here are five pitfalls of the call.
UN Refugee Agency said the life sentencing of separatist leaders by Cameroon Military court violates the fundamental principle of non-refoulement practice.
September 2, 2019, South Africa recorded another spate of xenophobic violence against foreign national in South Africa’s commercial capital, Johannesburg.
Cameroon authorities held 100+ detainees incommunicado and tortured several in facility in Yaoundé, from July 23 to August 4, 2019, Human Rights Watch.
Life sentence for Ambazonian leader Ayuk Tabe may be a threat to world peace. An international forum should address the Anglophone conflict in Cameroon.
Cameroon has detained hundreds more supporters of opposition leader Maurice Kamto, who is facing treason charges after leading protests.
At least 350 members and supporters of Cameroon’s main opposition party, including its vice president, were arrested across the country this weekend .
At least 73 people arrested in a protest in Cameroon as thousands of supporters of Kamto, defied a heavy police presence and staged protests.