• North Korea says will dismantle nuclear test sites, allow inspectors

    North Korea says will dismantle nuclear test sites, allow inspectors

    North Korea has agreed to “permanently” abolish its key missile facilities in the presence of foreign experts, and is willing to close its main nuclear complex if the US takes reciprocal action, South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday. Speaking at a joint news conference following their summit talks in Pyongyang, Moon and North […]

  • Southern Cameroons: I Cry for My Homeland

    Southern Cameroons: I Cry for My Homeland

    Two years ago, when the then-called Anglophone problem began, few predicted that it would snowball into a full-blown war with its attendant bloodletting. No one thought, a mere strike initiated by lawyers and teachers would, two years down the line, culminate in this horror that has become the ecosystem of the citizens of Southern Cameroons. […]

  • AFCON: Cameroon may be stripped of hosting 2019 tournament

    AFCON: Cameroon may be stripped of hosting 2019 tournament

    The President of the Confederation of African Football, Ahmad Ahmad has said that CAF will take a decision on Cameroon’s hosting rights for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations at the end of the month, confirming speculation that Morocco is still on the waiting list. The African football new strongman revisited the controversial topic during […]

  • Center for Human Rights and Democracy (CHRDA) condemns Yaounde’s travel permit requirements and restrictions in Anglophones regions

    Center for Human Rights and Democracy (CHRDA) condemns Yaounde’s travel permit requirements and restrictions in Anglophones regions

    The Center for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA), the leading human rights organization working to realize human rights in Cameroon,  strongly condemns the decision by the government of President Paul Biya through its Regional Delegate of Transport in the Northwest Region, to issue a travel restriction among Anglophones in the North west region. […]

  • Background to 2018 presidential elections in Cameroon

    Background to 2018 presidential elections in Cameroon

    Cameroonians will go to the polls on October 7, 2018, in what is now termed one of the most uncertain and dreaded presidential elections the country has witnessed. The decision to organize an election was announced in a press release issued by the incumbent President, Paul Biya, removing all doubts as to whether the violence-gripped […]

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