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August 2019

By Simon D United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, UNOCHA, and partner Non-Governmental Organisations, NGO, involved in humanitarian works in Cameroon, have on Saturday, August 17, 2019, commemorated the World Humanitarian Day in the Bamenda Metropolitan Cathedral

The Defense Counsel of the imprisoned Pidgin news host for a Buea based channel, CMTV, Barrister Edward Lyonga Ewule, has filed a habeas corpus application, demanding for the immediate release of his client, Samuel Wazizi, CNA has gathered. Journalists in Buea

Members of the National Executive Committee, NEC, of the Social Democratic Front party, SDF, have threatened to boycott the November Parliamentary session should President Paul Biya fail to end the war he declared on the people of the North-West and

A mother, her daughter, and her granddaughter have all perished in Limbe, Fako division after eating Corn fufu and vegetable on Thursday, August 8, 2019, the Director of the Limbe Regional Hospital, Dr. Demis Nsame, has revealed. The Director said the

Yaounde is allegedly preparing another prison uprising across the road at the Prison Principale de Kondengui, sources have revealed. This strike is expected to be bloodier and if possible, lead to loss of life. The source said the authorities have

Some 22 Prisoners have escaped from the Meiganga detention center Wednesday night in the Adamawa region, a source has told CNA. They succeeded to create a hole in the wall where each passed through to regain his freedom. Prison Warders were taken

According to the United Nations, insecurity has forced more than 530,000 people to flee their homes since the conflict erupted in late 2016. Continuous armed clashes, civilian casualties and the burning of houses, hospitals, and other infrastructures continue to cause

Two bandits armed with a knife, local pistol, and another deadly weapon have escaped death in the Makepe neighborhood in the Douala 5 municipality after robbing a woman of an undisclosed sum of money, around Montana City, CNA gathered. The victim

Soldiers allegedly pulled her and her two children out of their homes and shot all three to death. Mangyie Lle sells stewed beef and is popular around the Njenefor neighborhood where she was killed. Njenefor is a locality in Nkwen close

(Human Rights Watch) People with disabilities in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon are caught in the violence and struggle to flee to safety when their communities come under attack. They also face difficulties in getting the necessary assistance. “People with disabilities