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US Military Trains Cameroon Troops On Medical Evacuations

The U.S. military is training Cameroon’s military on first aid techniques and medical evacuation in order to reduce battlefield deaths. Cameroon estimates that one-fourth of all soldiers killed fighting separatists and Boko Haram terrorists could have been saved with better care. Twenty-nine-year-old soldier Poumje Amidou has been getting treatment for …

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Buea Mass Arrests Reinforce Ghost Town

By Basil K Mbuye Government security and defence forces, on March 25, reinforced the ghost town observed on Mondays as they stormed some localities in Buea arresting people indiscriminately. The forces arrested Buea denizens in neighbourhoods in Bonduma, Great Soppo among others, who they ordered into their trucks at gun …

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UB Footballer Narrates Ordeal At Amba Camp

By Basil K Mbuye University of Buea footballers that were abducted in the early hours of Wednesday, March 20, on the campus while going for training, were released late Thursday March 21, following negotiations by the Southwest Regional Secretary of the National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms, Christopher Tambe …

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Gunmen Kidnap 20 UB Students

  By Basil K Mbuye Armed men, Wednesday, March 20, abducted at least 17 University of Buea students, and three other civilians at their football training ground on campus. The students, who are all football players, were abducted at about 8.15am by armed men who stormed the main campus field …

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Cameroon Gov’t Launches Fresh Crackdown On SCNC Activists

    By Eric Ngeh The government of Cameroon has launched fresh crackdown on activists of the Southern Cameroon National Council, SCNC, as the Anglophone crisis continues to get worst in the two English speaking regions of Northwest and Southwest regions. In January 2017 that the then Minister of Territorial …

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EU urges Biya to unite Cameroon

The European Union has urged Cameroon’s President-elect Paul Biya to strive  in uniting Cameroon in a bid to  overcome the troubles it has been facing in recent years. Paul Biya was declared winner of the October 7 Presidential election by the Constitutional Council on Monday, handing the 85-year old a …

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Varsity Don killed in Cameroon’s restive NW region

A lecturer in the University of Bamenda has succumbed to bullet wounds on Thursday October 25 in the restive North West region of Cameroon as fightings intensified between security forces and separatist fighters, sources have confirmed. Prof.Professor Mbufong Paul Kuban Lecturer at the Department of English and Director of Administrative …

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