Mar 12, 2014
Crisis in the CAR: Cameroon reinforce existing peace keeping mission
Motorized Intervention Brigade in Ebolowa have left the South Regional capital of Ebolowa for Yaounde to begin formalities leading to their peacekeeping mission in the Republic of Central Africa.
Cameroon frees French national after 17 years behind bars
Cameroon authorities have freed a French national whose 17-year imprisonment on corruption charges became a source of tension between the two countries and drew appeals from France's president and the U.N. human rights agency.
Cameroon: Moving Out of Oil and Fish Imports Can Overturn Cameroon's Fortunes, Says Top UN Official
Cameroon can completely overturn its economic fortunes if it could get out of the grip of fish and energy oil importation, UN Under-Secretary General and ECA Executive Secretary Carlos Lopes has told the country's Prime Minister - Philemon Yang.