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Ruslan Obiang Nsue: Equatorial Guinea president’s son arrested over plane’s sale

BBC | Equatorial Guinea’s vice-president personally ordered the arrest of his half-brother over allegations he sold a plane owned by the state airline, a government statement says. Both the vice-president and his half-brother are sons of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo. He is the world’s longest-serving president after 43 years …

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Cameroon Deploys Troops to Nigerian Border after Separatists, Herders Clash

VOA | MAROUA, CAMEROON —  Cameroon’s government deployed at least 100 troops Wednesday to Gayama, a village on the border with Nigeria, after clashes between Cameroonian separatists and Nigerian herders left at least 12 people dead. Cameroonian officials say the fighting broke out six days ago, after herders who crossed …

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The young Cameroonians studying medicine in Madagascar | + video

France 24 | Increasingly, young men and women from the West-Central African country Cameroon are moving to Madagascar for their studies. Over the years, word has spread about the higher education system on the island – particularly in fields such as medicine. FRANCE 24’s team on the ground reports.

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The Plight Of Out -Of -Work Doctors In Cameroon | + video

Channels Television | The number of out-of-work doctors in Cameroon has soared since a change in government policy drastically cut the number of jobs offered to new graduates in the public health system. Since the move was implemented in 2020, new doctors say they’re having to find alternative ways to …

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Cameroon Activists Push Gender Parity for Senate Elections

VOA | MAROUA, CAMEROON — Activists in Cameroon are urging more women candidates to enter races for Senate seats before a January 28 deadline. Only 26 members of Cameroon’s 100-member senate are women, a number advocates want to see doubled. But patriarchal beliefs and a lack of political support are …

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