• How Are The Mighty Fallen: Ousted President Bashir moved from residence to jail

    How Are The Mighty Fallen: Ousted President Bashir moved from residence to jail

    Sudan’s ousted President Omar al-Bashir has been taken from his residence to a prison in the capital Khartoum. Sources from Bashir’s family said on Wednesday that the deposed president was transferred to Kober prison in north Khartoum late on Tuesday. Bashir was ousted by the military on April 11 after four months of protests over his […]

  • European Parliament resolution on Cameroon

    European Parliament resolution on Cameroon

    The European Parliament, –  having regard to its previous resolutions on Cameroon, –  having regard to the statement by DROI Chair Antonio Panzeri on 7 March 2019on the situation in Cameroon European Parliament, –  having regard to the declaration by the HR/VP Federica Mogherini on 5 April 2019 on the deteriorating political and security situation in Cameroon, –  having […]

  • 50 Boko Haram fighters killed in Nigeria attack

    50 Boko Haram fighters killed in Nigeria attack

    More than 50 Boko Haram fighters have been killed in an attack on a multi-national force in northeastern Nigeria, a military spokesperson said Wednesday. Two Chadian soldiers belonging to the Multinational Joint Task Force (MMF), an anti-Boko Haram force combining soldiers from Chad, Cameroon, Niger, and Nigeria, died in the assault at Cross Kauwa on […]

  • Biya Francophone regime assures ECA it will ratify Africa’s Free Trade Area Agreement

    Biya Francophone regime assures ECA it will ratify Africa’s Free Trade Area Agreement

    “Cameroon will ratify the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement,” the country’s Prime Minister – Joseph Dion Ngute assured UN Under Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the Commission – Ms. Vera Songwe, Wednesday. Mr. Dion Ngute gave the assurance on the first day of Ms. Songwe’s official visit to Cameroon, at the ‘Star Building’ that […]

  • Yaounde to deport 4,000 Nigerian refugees

    Yaounde to deport 4,000 Nigerian refugees

    Cameroon officials on Wednesday said it has concluded arrangements with neighbouring Nigeria for the return of 4,000 Nigerian refugees to their country by April 29. According to the region’s governor Midjiyawa Bakari, the refugees from Minawao camp, the only official refugee camp in Cameroon’s far North region, voluntarily opted to return home. “We have agreed […]

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