• Russia vows to provide Syria with S-300 missile defence system

    Russia vows to provide Syria with S-300 missile defence system

    Moscow on Monday announced new security measures to protect its military in Syria, including supplying the Syrian army with a new S-300 air defence system and jamming radars following the downing of a Russian plane last week. Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said that President Vladimir Putin has ordered additional security measures after a Syrian Soviet-era […]

  • October 7: Biya facing political amateurs

    October 7: Biya facing political amateurs

    Cameroon will head to the polls on October 7, to decide who will captain the country for another 7 years. According to an official list published by Elections Cameroon, 28 candidacy files were received by the commission that was charged with receiving files at the ELECAM headquarters and in Regional Delegations. The elections governing body, ELECAM, on August […]

  • UK’s divided Labour ponders second Brexit vote at party conference

    UK’s divided Labour ponders second Brexit vote at party conference

    Britain’s Labour Party is facing a huge choice at its annual conference – whether or not to back a new referendum that could halt the country’s impending departure from the European Union. Support from the main opposition party would be a major boost to campaigners for a second vote on Brexit. Ever since Britain voted […]

  • Pirates kidnap 12 crew from Swiss ship off Nigeria

    Pirates kidnap 12 crew from Swiss ship off Nigeria

    A gang of pirates took hostage 12 crew members of a Swiss cargo ship they attacked in Nigerian waters on Saturday, the vessel’s operator has said. Massoel Shipping said its bulk carrier MV Glarus, with 19 crew, came under attack early Saturday morning as it transported bulk wheat from Nigeria’s commercial capital Lagos to the […]

  • Understanding Southern Cameroons vicious war of secession

    Understanding Southern Cameroons vicious war of secession

    A vicious war of secession has ravaged the two Anglophone regions of Cameroon since January 2018. Non-state militias warring with the government aim to create an independent Ambazonian state. While central Africa has seen its share of wars of secession (the majority of which culminate in an agreement between the parties), aspects of Cameroon’s secessionists […]

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