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‘Dirty war’ ravages Cameroon’s Buea region

ReliefWeb | In Summary The insurgency began in 2016, when activists in the anglophone minority, stepped up a campaign for greater autonomy. Buea is the last outpost for journalists and non-governmental organisations as far as the government is concerned. BUEA They call it a “dirty war” — a silent conflict …

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Nigeria no longer safe haven for fleeing Cameroonians

Cameroon Tribune | Thousands of Cameroonians fleeing Anglophone regions due to deadly clashes between soldiers and the so-called Ambazonian defence groups are now seeking refuge in towns and villages in the West region instead of joining the over 20,000 Anglophone Cameroonians residing in Nigeria as refugees. In the past two …

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