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Anglophone crisis:  Kidnappings, killings, burning of houses increase in North West, South West

By TALLA AGHAA CHRISTOPHER As tensions in the North West and South West Regions rage unabated, with government embarking on a protracted mission to fish out sympathisers and activists backing what is now termed Anglophone crisis, kidnapping


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Gov’t intensifies hunt for Anglophone activists as Ambazonian leaders’ trial suffers another adjournment

By Talla Aghaa Christopher  As tensions in the North West and South West Regions rage unabated, government has embarked on a protracted mission to fish out sympathisers and activists backing what is now termed the Anglophone


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Security forces ramp up reprisals as Anglophone crisis deepens

BY TALLA AGHAA CHRISTOPHER As tensions in the North West and South West Regions rage unabated, government has embarked on a protracted mission to fish out sympathisers and activists backing what has become known as the


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Cameroon is sinking into abyss – Abdulkarim Ali

In an interview conducted by Wifah Jennyhans and Weyih Blessing, Abdulkarim Ali, a Muslim scholar of the Bible and civil society activist narrates his ordeal suffered from security forces. He says those who inflict pains on


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Man arrested for homosexuality in Mbalmayo

By TALLA AGHA CHRISTOPHER A man suspected to be homosexual, has been arrested in Mbalmayo, Centre Region of Cameroon, for seducing other men. The about 25 -year- old, fair in complexion and medium height, with curly


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Man arrested for homosexuality in Mbalmayo

By TALLA AGHA CHRISTOPHER A man suspected to be homosexual, has been arrested in Mbalmayo, Centre Region of Cameroon, for seducing other men. The about 25 -year- old, fair in complexion and medium height, with curly


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Amba activities impede work of Doctors Without Borders

By Sah Terence Animbom Following the escalation of the Anglophone crisis into an armed conflict growing at the speed of light, the growing need for immediate humanitarian action and aid has continued to grow at an


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SDO bans bikers from transporting more than one passenger, restricts hours of circulation

By DANIELA ITOE NGUM The Senior Divisional Officer, SDO for Meme Division, Chamberlain Ntou’ou Ndong has in a recent communique prohibited the transportation of more than one person on motorbikes within the Kumba municipality. The decision


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Bilingualism Commission to speed up action plan implementation for glaring results

By DOH JAMES SONKEY The President of the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism, Peter Mafany Musonge has called for the speeding up of their action plan implementation so that Cameroonians can feel


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Two students shot, others abducted from PCSS Azire Bamenda

By Moma Sandrine During the later hours of Tuesday January 22, the campus of the Presbyterian Comprehensive Secondary School, P.C.S.S Azire in Bamenda was attacked by gunmen referred to as separatist fighters. According to some students


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