• Christian village ransacked and church buildings burnt out in Boko Haram attack in Cameroon

    Christian village ransacked and church buildings burnt out in Boko Haram attack in Cameroon

    Two church buildings were burnt out in the latest Boko Haram attack on the mainly-Christian village of Grossi in the far north of Cameroon on Saturday 11 May. In a spree of destruction, armed Boko Haram militants ransacked the village, damaging 67 houses and two shops, killing livestock, looting motorbikes and damaging grain stores. Villagers […]

  • Cameroonian Maid Who Killed Boss In Lagos Sentenced To Death By Hanging

    Cameroonian Maid Who Killed Boss In Lagos Sentenced To Death By Hanging

    The Lagos State High Court in Igbosere has sentenced a Cameroonian maid, Leudjoe Koyemen Joel, to death for murdering her Nigerian employer, Mrs Dayo Adeleke. Delivering the judgement on Tuesday, two years and five months after the crime, Justice Adedayo Akintoye convicted Joel and ordered that he be hanged to death. Justice Adebayo said, the […]

  • Libya is on Verge of Full-Scale Civil War

    Libya is on Verge of Full-Scale Civil War

    The top United Nations diplomat for Libya warned Tuesday that the country is on the verge of descending into a full-scale civil war, as a warlord general from the east continues to try to capture the capital from the internationally-recognized government. “Libya is on the verge of descending into a civil war, which could lead […]

  • Of Turkey, UN, VOA and Killer Paul Biya

    Of Turkey, UN, VOA and Killer Paul Biya

    After the UN Security Council on May 13 held belated “Arria formula” session about Cameroon, an informal one with no outcome on which even co-sponsors Germany and the UK refused to answer Press questions, hypocrisy and cover up of the UN’s failure remain evident. Now Turkey, which longs to be a big(ger) power in the […]

  • Southern Cameroons Crisis: The “Monarch” is Sick

    Southern Cameroons Crisis: The “Monarch” is Sick

    For many months now, there has been speculation about the health of Cameroon’s President, Paul Biya, who is hardly seen in public these days. There was even rumour that Mr. Biya, also known as the “monarch”, had died. But Monday’s celebration of the country’s national day did not only confirm that Mr. Biya was still […]

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