Browsing: #2018

Anglophone separatists storm UN, EU offices in Cyprus

Several Anglophone separatists have stormed the offices of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, UNHCR, and the European Union, EU, in Cyprus. Carrying blue and white stripped flags believed to be that of a self-declared


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Mimi Mefo freed, charges dropped!

BY ATIA TILARIOUS AZOHNWI The Douala Military Court has dropped all charges against journalist Mimi Mefo Takambou, deputy Editor-in-chief in charge of the English desk at Equinoxe Television two days after she was released from the


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Belgium offers Cameroon ‘peaceful experience’   in resolution of Anglophone crisis

By Doh James Sonkey The Federal Republic of Belgium has urged the Republic of Cameroon to use the Belgian experience of non violent process to reconcile its people with its official languages. The call was made


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How laying down arms can be made effective

By Mwalimu George Ngwane* The Head of State’s call on 6th November 2018 for separatists to lay down their arms as a peace offering and ceasefire is timely and laudable. Indeed it reiterates an earlier call


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The PSS Nkwen abductions uncovered!

-The untold details of the ‘bitter-sweet’ drama – Last four abductees freed Monday By Sah Terence Animbom and Moma Sandrine The heat has been on; steam blowing pretty hot and lots of stones either cast on


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The press as a target

The recent arrest and detention of the Editor-in-Chief of the English news desk of Equinoxe Television, Mimi Mefo Takambou, is not so much a surprise to many who have been following events in the country, as


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Presbyterian Church day celebrated amidst crisis in NW, SW

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Unlike previous celebrations, this year’s Presbyterian Church day was a moment of reflection on the crisis in Cameroon’s North West and South West regions The 61st anniversary of the constitutional independence of


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Separatists threaten lawyers ahead of Bar elective assembly

-Barrister Tchakounte Patie Charles poised to unseat Ngnie Kamnga   About 3,000 lawyers of the Cameroon Bar Association shall be converging at the Castel Hall in Douala, chief town of the Littoral Region on Saturday November


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Gendarmes manhandle lawyer at Kumba checkpoint

BY T.A.C A Douala based Lawyer and member of the Cameroon Bar Association Barrister Akagum Watson was on Friday November 2, 2018 rough handled by forces of law and order at the Mambanda Checkpoint along the


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Anglophone crisis spirals in violence

By Jonas Lima The crisis in Cameroon’s North West and South West Regions that started in October 2016 has clocked two without any escape route in sight. The Cameroon government admits it is facing a rolling


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