• Biya regime reaffirms determination to lead combat against Boko Haram

    Biya regime reaffirms determination to lead combat against Boko Haram

    In the Human Rights Council, Cameroon has reaffirmed its determination to lead “tireless combat” against Boko Haram extremists. Addressing the 47-member body in Geneva, Ambassador Mbella Mbella Lejeune also noted that numerous positive steps had been taken for a “durable peace”, following clashes between English-speaking separatists and government forces. After explaining that President Paul Biya’s […]

  • Southern Cameroons Crisis: A flaw in Global Political Leadership

    Southern Cameroons Crisis: A flaw in Global Political Leadership

    I keep wondering if the UN, AU and our regional bodies are actually giving the necessary attention, or have a sense of urgency, towards the crisis in Cameroon. It seems as if, the world is immune to the situation in that beautiful country. The tapestry of the issues in Cameroon is such that, if care […]

  • MRC says no to Biya dialogue until Kamto is released

    MRC says no to Biya dialogue until Kamto is released

    The opposition Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (MRC) party says it will not participate in the much-touted national dialogue to end the country’s Anglophone crisis unless the government first releases its imprisoned leader, Maurice Kamto. The MRC issued a statement Wednesday, warning that the dialogue proposed by President Paul Biya in a televised speech […]

  • Ambazonia Interim Gov’t calls on the UN and the AU to support the creation of an International Fact Finding Mission

    Ambazonia Interim Gov’t calls on the UN and the AU to support the creation of an International Fact Finding Mission

    Fellow Southern Cameroonians and allies throughout the world, As many of you know, President Paul Biya of La République du Cameroun addressed his people on Tuesday the 10th of September, 2019 — and in so doing confirmed the widely held perception of his total lack of interest in finding a peaceful resolution to the conflict […]

  • Tunisia’s ousted president Ben Ali dies in Saudi Arabia

    Tunisia’s ousted president Ben Ali dies in Saudi Arabia

    Tunisia’s ousted autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali died in exile in Saudi Arabia on Thursday, days after a free presidential election in his homeland, his family lawyer said. “Ben Ali just died in Saudi Arabia,” the lawyer, Mounir Ben Salha, told Reuters by phone. Ben Ali fled Tunisia in January 2011 as his compatriots rose […]

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