• Cameroon using anti-terror law to silence journalists

    Cameroon using anti-terror law to silence journalists

    CPJ said that apart from detaining journalists, authorities had also banned news outlets deemed sympathetic to the Anglophone protesters, shut down internet in regions experiencing unrest, and prevented outside observers, including CPJ, from accessing the country by delaying the visa process. “Journalists say that the risk of arrest or closure has led to an atmosphere […]

  • German Elections: Senior MP Arno Klare says SPD is the future

    German Elections: Senior MP Arno Klare says SPD is the future

    Arno Klare is a senior MP in the German parliament from the SPD political party. He hails from the Mulheim/Essen-Borbeck constituency and was very instrumental in achieving the historic Paris Climate Agreement. He has been a long standing supporter of renewable source of energy and favours the complete integration of immigrants into the German society. […]

  • Iranian President says negotiations with US on any issues would be ‘waste of time’

    Iranian President says negotiations with US on any issues would be ‘waste of time’

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has dismissed prospects for engaging in negotiations with the United States, saying doing so would be a “waste of time” as Washington does not honor its commitments. At a presser after his speech at the 72nd UN General Assembly in New York, Rouhani said there could be no future dialogue with the […]

  • Francophone media on alert as Minister Amadou Ali remains hospitalised

    Francophone media on alert as Minister Amadou Ali remains hospitalised

    The Francophone Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Relations with the Assemblies is reportedly dying of an illness that has kept him away from the public eye for several months. The so-called patriarch of the Far North region has not been seen at the National Assembly for over nine months. CIR gathered that for some […]

  • Southern Cameroons Uprising: All what you need to know

    Southern Cameroons Uprising: All what you need to know

    The Southern Cameroons have been gripped by crisis for 11 months. Thousands of lawyers, teachers and students and several civil society groups have taken to the streets and launched strikes in opposition to discrimination against Anglophones by the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo government. The Francophone government’s response has been harsh. At one protest more than […]

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