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Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions Beat Ghana’s Black-Stars, Reach AFCON Final

Late second-half goals from Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui and Christian Bassogog secured Cameroon’s passage to the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations final as they beat Ghana 2-0 on Thursday to set up a showdown with Egypt on Sunday. Ghana grew into the match as the half wore on, though, and they regained a measure of control in […]

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Cameroon: Rights Watchdog Calls Anglophone Regions to Continue Protests

The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium has urged people in the country’s Anglophone North West and South West regions to embark on a peaceful protest until the demands of lawyers and teachers in the regions are met. In a statement released on Wednesday, the Rights group called for a sit-in strike to be held on […]

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Nigeria: Female Football Team Storms Parliament

The Nigerian female football national team, the Super-Falcons, on Tuesday, stormed the National Assembly, at capital Abuja, protesting the non-payment of their allowances by the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF.) Some of their placards read, “We are your children, pity us”; “Let us respect women”; “female football deserves respect.” The team won the 10th edition of […]

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Cameroon Must Probe Deaths of pro-Anglophone Protesters – Amnesty

Rights watchdog, Amnesty International, on Sunday urged authorities in Cameroon to investigate the use of excessive and unnecessary force that led to the death of between two and four people during a protest in the north western city of Bamenda. At least two people were killed in clashes between police and protesters from the English-speaking […]

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Cameroon: Anglophone teachers, lawyers embark on indefinite strike

Anglophone teachers and lawyers in Cameroon have embarked on an indefinite nationwide strike on Monday, accusing the government of trying to marginalise them by imposing the French language on their schools and courts. The teachers complain that official documents are often only published in French, even though English is also an official language. Police said […]

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Cameroon: Boko Haram launches three deadly assaults

The Nigeria-based Islamist militants carried out raids in neighbouring Cameroon killing about 6 soldiers, local media Cameroonweb reported on Wednesday. “Between yesterday and today there were three attacks: in Darak, in Diguina and a thwarted kamikaze strike in the (camp),” said a senior army source who asked not to be named, referring to three places […]

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Cameroon Mourns Victims of Train Accident

Cameroonian President, Paul Biya has declared Monday, October 24, 2016 as the day of national mourning for the victims of a train accident between capital Yaoundé and economic hub Douala killing at least 75 people on Friday. Over 600 people were injured in the accident and the numbers continue to rise as thousands of Cameroonians […]

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CAR: US Issues Travel Alert after Fresh Violence

The United States’ Embassy in Yaoundé, Cameroon, has cautioned American citizens to be careful of their movements and avoid travel to the Central African Republic (CAR) citing unstable security and high incidence of violent crimes. The warning comes after a series of new skirmishes involving the ex-Seleka fighters in the Central African Republic. The clashes […]

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CAFCON/GABON 2017: Morocco to wrestle with CI, Togo, DRC at group stage

Moroccan national soccer team will start its African Cup Nations 2017 campaign with DR Congo in the same group with reigning champions Cote d’Ivoire and Togo. The draw for the competition group stage took place Wednesday in the Gabonese capital of Libreville. The 16 qualified nations now know their opponents. Competition favorites Cote d’Ivoire, Algeria, […]

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Ethiopia: Inter-Religious Council Calls for Peace

Inter-religious Council of Ethiopia has appealed for calm and a national dialogue as the country plunged into continuing protests and targeting of businesses in the country. The move comes after a group protesting the death of about 55 people in a stampede that occurred in the Oromia region of Ethiopia have attacked a Dangote cement […]

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