Douala residents lose homes to demolition [+video]

Africanews | A riot took place near Cameroon’s Douala International Airport on Saturday. The Police charged at a group of young people protesting the demolition of their homes and a mosque. They succeeded finally in dispersing them with tear gas. Yassu Anne, an inhabitant of the airport area has lived …

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Cameroun : les pêcheurs et les lamentins du lac Ossa menacés [+vidéo]

La fougère aquatique, Salvinia Molesta, envahit le lac Ossa au Cameroun africanews | Le lac Ossa, au Cameroun, est une réserve de faune sauvage réputée notamment pour son importante population de lamentins. Mais aujourd’hui un fléau menace cet écosystème. Une plante envahissante, la Salvinia géante est en train de détruire …

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Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis: No end in sight

After four years of civil war in Anglophone Cameroon, state and rebel forces have refused to engage in serious dialoge while citizens and children suffer in crossfire. DW’s Adrian Kriesch reports from western Cameroon. “Drive on!” a soldier shouts at us in the middle of Bamenda, the economic capital of …

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Cameroonians Displaced by Crisis Return on New Year

YAOUNDE, CAMEROON – VOA | Hundreds of Cameroonians displaced by the country’s separatist crisis, especially along the Nigerian border, have, with the new year, returned to their communities for the first time since the beginning of the conflict, now in its fourth year. Humanitarian groups, churches and local councils have …

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Increased testing needed as Africa sees rise in virus cases

(AP) — As a result of holiday gatherings, African officials warn of a resurgence of COVID-19 on the continent and urge increased testing to combat it. The level of testing across the continent is considerably less than what health experts say is needed to effectively control the spread of the …

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