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  1. Cameroon:'Ward Zee' - Where Is the BabyRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 19 | AllAfrica.com

    The movie, about a desperate mother looking for her baby in a hospital ward will be premire on June 23, 2018 in Buea. The young determined film producer, writer and director Delphine Itambi is about to grace the film industry of Cameroon with her new movie titled "Ward Zee".

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  2. Potential risk factors and prevalence of Helicobacter pylori...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | BioMed Central

    Helicobacter pylori is a Gram negative bacterium that colonizes the stomach of approximately two-thirds of the human population and it is involved in the pathogenesis of gastroduodenal diseases. This study sought to determine potential risk factors associated with seroprevalence of H. pylori among dyspepsia patients in Cameroon for a better management of the disease.

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  3. Amnesty Calls for End to Violence in CameroonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | Voice of America

    Soldiers of the 21st Motorized Infantry Brigade patrol in the streets of Buea, South-West Region of Cameroon on April 26, 2018. A new report by the international human rights group Amnesty International criticizes both the Cameroon military and separatists fighting the independence of the English speaking region for using unnecessary and excessive force.

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  4. Soldiers patrol the streets of Buea, Cameroon. Photo: AFPRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 31 | South China Morning Post

    Africa's next civil war could be in Cameroon where militants want to carve out an English-speaking 'Republic of Ambazonia' On May 20, Cameroon's national day, citizens in the capital of Yaounde marched in parades, and President Paul Biya congratulated armed forces on their commitment to peace and safety. At the same time, in the country's unstable anglophone regions, separatists kidnapped a mayor, killed two police officers and intimidated people who tried to celebrate the holiday.

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  5. Cameroon: Armed Separatists Holding School PrincipalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 29 | Humans Rights Watch

    The kidnappers of a school principal in Cameroon 's Southwest province should immediately release her unharmed, Human Rights Watch said today. The abductions of two principals took place on May 25, 2018, during heightened violence and abuses in Cameroon's Anglophone regions, just days before national school exams began.

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  6. Cameroon's Civil War Intensifies, Casualties MountRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Voice of America

    Soldiers of the 21st Motorized Infantry Brigade patrol in the streets of Buea, South-West Region of Cameroon on April 26, 2018. The war that Cameroon's government declared on armed separatists fighting for the independence of the English-speaking regions from the bilingual English/Francophone country is leaving many casualties among both the military and the insurgents.

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  7. Tensions Rise in Cameroon Ahead of National DayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2018 | Voice of America

    Cameroon has again imposed a curfew on its English-speaking regions, where armed separatists vow the country's national day will not be celebrated May 20. Hundreds of troops deployed from Cameroon's capital Yaounde carried out parade rehearsals in the southwestern town of Buea, as armed separatists chased out some public officials and closed some schools. People are scared, says Monjowa Lifaka, Buea-based lawmaker of the ruling CPDM party, because of calls on social media for citizens not to participate in national day activities.

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  8. US accuses Cameroon of 'targeted killings' in anglophone crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2018 | Vanguard

    The US ambassador to Cameroon on Friday accused government forces of carrying out "targeted killings" and other abuses in the fight against militants demanding independence for two English-speaking regions. University of Buea students train for the Academic games, South-West Region of Cameroon, on April 27, 2018.

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  9. British army to tackle African elephant poachers who fund their...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Horrifying video shows daycare teacher instructing children to THROW ROCKS at a cowering 4-year-old 'to teach him a lesson' 'Nobody's going to remember you': Meghan McCain slams White House aide who made fun of her father's cancer battle as pressure mounts on Trump to fire her Cop 'offered to give sexual assault victim a lift home but instead drove her to a motel and raped her again' National Guard major, 37, storms into hotel room and shoots dead his estranged sergeant wife, 28, and her new boyfriend, 30, before turning the gun on himself Jury recommends life in prison with possible parole for teen who helped his older brother stab their parents and three siblings to death Scientists discover the origin of the amphibian 'apocalypse' that's killing hundreds of species - and they say the Korean war could be to blame Stormy Daniels shows her patriotic pride as she lounges poolside in a ... (more)

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  10. UB marks 30 years as national hub for GISRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | UB Reporter

    In 1988, the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis opened at UB, putting Buffalo on the map as a hotspot for GIS. Short for Geographic Information Science, this field involves the use of spatial data to understand problems ranging from disease outbreaks to the impact of natural disasters.

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  11. .com | At Cameroon university, insights into a bloody insurgencyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2018 | News24

    News24 has launched an Africa newsletter, Hello Africa, which is aimed at keeping our audiences informed about what is happening across the continent. Six months ago, southwest Cameroon plunged into violence as English-speaking separatists fought troops and police ordered in by the country's francophone-majority government.

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  12. Cameroon:Can the Catholic Church mediate in the Anglophone crisis?Read the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2018 | AllAfrica.com

    The unrest in Cameroon's English-speaking areas continues as separatists attack government officials and soldiers burn villages. DW's Adrian Kriesch reports many are now looking to the Catholic Church for help.

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  13. Can the Catholic Church mediate in Cameroon's Anglophone crisis?Read the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2018 | Mail & Guardian

    Nevertheless, the organiser of the Cameroon International Film Festival has been up since 6 am, headed to the police station in Buea, capital of the Southwest region of Cameroon, in the pouring rain. Three members of an actors' workshop were forced to spend the night at the station because they had forgotten their papers.

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  14. Dirty war' ravages Cameroon's anglophone regionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2018 | Daily Times

    They call it a "dirty war" - a silent conflict in Cameroon's anglophone region marked by near-daily attacks by separatists and a brutal army backlash that shows no sign of abating. Over the past eight months, scores of police, soldiers and civilians have died in the heartland of francophone Cameroon's English-speaking minority.

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  15. .com | 'Dirty war' ravages Cameroon's anglophone regionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2018 | News24

    They call it a "dirty war" - a silent conflict in Cameroon's anglophone region marked by near-daily attacks by separatists and a brutal army backlash that shows no sign of abating. Over the past eight months, scores of police, soldiers and civilians have died in the heartland of francophone Cameroon's English-speaking minority.

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  16. Schools Under Attack in Northwest CameroonRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2018 | Voice of America

    Fresh violence in northwestern Cameroon has forced hundreds of teachers and students from their classrooms. Separatist rebels are targeting schools for not observing calls to strike.

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  17. Africa:When Malaria is Just Part of Growing UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2018 | AllAfrica.com

    Growing up in West or Central Africa, malaria is the most common illness you suffer from. I would say, where I lived in Buea at the foot of Mount Cameroon, that nearly everyone is hit by malaria at least twice a year.

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  18. 2019 AFCON : CAF unveils official Logo,Cameroon heave sigh of reliefRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2018 | CRTV

    The country has been on edge as she prepares for the competition after repeated rumours pointing to an imminent disqualification. There have been unfounded claims that Cameroon will not be ready to host one of the biggest continental rendez-vous.

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  19. Highway accident: Five perish in Ombe, South West RegionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2018 | CRTV

    Five people have died in a ghastly car accident which occurred on Sunday 15th April 2018 in Ombe, South West Region. Two of the five victims David Wotany and Ekongolo Elvis have been identified as brothers to the mayor of the Buea Council Ekema Patrick.

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  20. Senate: Ministers of Arts and Culture says cameroon's archives will be digitizedRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2018 | CRTV

    The question was posed by Mutute Daniel Yonga to the Minster of Arts and Culture, Professor Narcisse Mouelle Kombi during a question and answer session at the upper house of parliament. The senator pinned of on the deplorable character of the premises of the national archives, notably at the national museum in Yaounde and that in Buea.

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