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  1. Cameroon: English-speaking Regions Boycott AFCON TrophyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | AllAfrica.com

    ... they won this month (Feb. 5) at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations arrived in Bafoussam, western Cameroon. President Paul Biya called people to come out massively as a demonstration of national unity, says Njitack Ngompe Pele, traditional ruler of ...

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  2. .com | Cameroon's anglophone regions offline for over a monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | News24

    ... called for independence. The majority French-speaking country, home to 22 million people, is headed by President Paul Biya, 83, who has been in power since 1982. On January 19, Cameroon's internet providers informed clients in the anglophone regions ...

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  3. Montreal Impact get Oyongo back after Africa Cup of Nations winRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | The Globe and Mail

    ... the comeback win Feb. 5 in Gabon, the celebrations back home involved a state reception by Cameroon president Paul Biya and a tour of the capital Yaounde to show off the trophy. Oyongo and the other players also received medals from the president. ...

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  4. Montreal Impact fullback Ambroise Oyongo back after Africa Cup of Nations winRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... the comeback win Feb. 5 in Gabon, the celebrations back home involved a state reception by Cameroon president Paul Biya and a tour of the capital Yaounde to show off the trophy. Oyongo and the other players also received medals from the president. ...

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  5. Cameroon to restore 12 million hectares of forestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Scoop

    ... carbon emissions by 32% by 2035 - part of the country's Paris Agreement commitment as announced by President Paul Biya at the COP21 in Paris. " Forty-six per cent of Cameroon is covered in forests that are highly regarded for their biodiversity," ...

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  6. Cameroon to restore 12 million hectares of forest in species-rich Congo BasinRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | PressReleasePoint

    ... carbon emissions by 32% by 2035 - part of the country's Paris Agreement commitment as announced by President Paul Biya at the COP21 in Paris. " Forty-six per cent of Cameroon is covered in forests that are highly regarded for their biodiversity," ...

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  7. 32nd Women's Day: Think-tank brace up for the historic eventRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 14 | CRTV

    ... Exhibition for Enterprises, SMEs and Partnerships, PROMOTE. After their reception at the State House by President Paul Biya and wife Chantal Biya, the Indomitable Lions, Football Champions of Africa took to the streets of Yaounde to commune with the ...

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  8. 2017 PROMOTE: Italian Pavilion openedRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 14 | CRTV

    ... including agriculture, transformation, transport and design. After their reception at the State House by President Paul Biya and wife Chantal Biya, the Indomitable Lions, Football Champions of Africa took to the streets of Yaounde to commune with ...

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  9. All change for Hearts' Arnaud Djoum after Africa Cup of NationsRead the original story

    Monday Feb 13 | Scotsman.com

    ... where thousands lined the street and the players were invited to a special state reception held by president Paul Biya, Djoum made it back to Scotland on schedule. "I am a professional footballer," he explained. "I have a contract here, so it's ...

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  10. Trial over Cameroon's Anglophone protests exposes national divideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Reuters

    The trial of three English-speaking protesters facing the death penalty opened at a military court in Cameroon on Monday in a case that has exposed national divisions and stoked opposition to Francophone President Paul Biya. Since October, people in Cameroon's two western English-speaking regions have joined protests against what they say is their marginalization by the French-speaking majority under Biya's 35-year rule.

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  11. Cameroon: English-speakers Asked to Send Kids Back to SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | AllAfrica.com

    ... that the government was forcing French on the whole country were a calculated attempt to make longtime President Paul Biya and his administration unpopular. "When they claim they are being harassed or intimidated, it is completely wrong," he said. ...

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  12. Cameroon police kill two in protests in English-speaking northwestRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | Yahoo!

    ... local police commissioner who asked not to be named. The violence comes as a rare test for long-standing President Paul Biya, 83, who has ruled Cameroon since 1982. Police shot dead four protestors in Bamenda in December during a march against the ...

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  13. 7 African countries favoured for infrastructure investment in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | GhanaWeb

    ... problem, highlighted by load shedding in the main urban area, such as the capital Yaounde. Cameroonian President Paul Biya has pledged "to bridge the energy gap and end load shedding" with first-generation energy projects, such as soon-to-be ...

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  14. UN rights experts urge Cameroon to restore Internet to English-speaking populationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Jurist

    ... out following the arrest of two English-speaking Cameroonian activists. Protesters are calling for president Paul Biya's administration [official website] to do more to protect the rights of the English-speaking minority population. In addition to ...

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  15. Mbalmayo: Special Rapid Intervention Unit createdRead the original story

    Friday Feb 10 | CRTV

    ... new force which comes to beef up the security. Elvis Teke After their reception at the State House by President Paul Biya and wife Chantal Biya, the Indomitable Lions, Football Champions of Africa took to the streets of Yaounde to commune with the ...

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  16. DG details ambitious programme for 2017Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | CRTV

    ... entrusted the task of reinforcing discipline. Elvis Teke After their reception at the State House by President Paul Biya and wife Chantal Biya, the Indomitable Lions, Football Champions of Africa took to the streets of Yaounde to commune with the ...

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  17. Two New TV channeld to go operational in 2017Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | CRTV

    ... with CRTV as the it has the best resources and equipments. After their reception at the State House by President Paul Biya and wife Chantal Biya, the Indomitable Lions, Football Champions of Africa took to the streets of Yaounde to commune with the ...

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  18. Cameroon in Gold: Indomitable Lions celebrate with fansRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | CRTV

    ... organised a reception in honour of five time Champions of the Africa Cup of Nations. Le president de la Republique Paul Biya et la premiere dame madame Chantal Biya ont offert ce mercredi 08 fevrier 2017 une reception en l'honneur des Lions ...

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  19. #Bidoungchallenge: Cameroon footballers bow to presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | BBC News

    ... ngChallenge, named after the sports minister who was ridiculed for taking an exaggerated bow when he met President Paul Biya in December.

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  20. Indomitable Lions commune with Yaounde city dwellersRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | CRTV

    After their reception at the State House by President Paul Biya and wife Chantal Biya, the Indomitable Lions, Football Champions of Africa took to the streets of Yaounde to commune with the city dwellers. The tour took the lions to the arteries of the seven sub-divisions that make up the Mfoundi Division.

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