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Bishops Reject Gov’t’s Bilingual Commission

Catholic bishops in the English-speaking parts of Cameroon have dismissed a new commission looking at bilingualism in the country as a missed opportunity. The minority Anglophone population says it has seen its educational and legal system systematically chipped away by the Francophone majority. Bishops from Cameroon’s English-speaking regions have said …

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The Whereabouts Of Wolenyeng Adio Still A Mystery

By Basil K Mbuye Following the socio-political crisis that had characterised the two Anglophone regions of Cameroon of recent, there had been a series of government crackdowns on anyone suspected of instigating, perpetuating, supporting or sympathesising with any of the fundamental causes that gave rise to the crisis. This rigorous …

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Cracks Between SWECC, Fako Chiefs Widen

The Southwest Chiefs’ Conference, SWECC, for quite some time now has witnessed cracks within, splitting it into camps. The camps depend on who the custodians of tradition publicly back, whoever they pledge their allegiance to, as well as who best serves their interests. The rift between the Chiefs has been …

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2018 Election: Samuel Eto’o To Challenge Paul Biya ?

The information is already relayed by several international media: the former captain of the indomitable Lions Samuel Eto’o would be candidate for the presidential of 2018 in Cameroon. The rumour is part of the Malian news site Malitribune according to which the attacker would have surprised all Cameroonians by “officially …

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Cancer Center To Be Built In Cameroon

A cancer treatment center will soon be built in Cameroon, APA learned on Thursday. This was revealed at the end of a meeting between Martin Belinga Eboutou, the secretary of the presidency of the Republic, and the director of the interdisciplinary chair of UNESCO on Biotechnology and Bioethics, the Italian …

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Boko Haram Attack Leaves Two Dead In Cameroon

At least two people, including a suicide bomber, died Friday night in the Cameroonian region of Dabanga (in the far north) during an attack blamed on the terrorist group Boko Haram, APA learned on Saturday from security sources. A second suicide bomber, followed by members of the vigilance committee, managed …

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Cameroon Finds Two Corpses After 34 Soldiers Disappeared

The Cameroonian Coast Guard confirmed the finding of two corpses of the 34 soldiers who disappeared when a military vessel foundered Sunday on its Atlantic coast. Colonel Henri Belinga, commander of the Coast Guard sector of the Rapid Intervention Battalion, reported that severe weather and strong waves make it impossible …

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