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Cameroon's “Anglophone” crisis has reached a boiling point as security forces kill 17 protesters - Quartz

*Updated with Amnesty International death toll. Yaoundé, Cameroon. As Nigeria celebrated her 57th Independence Day on Sunday Oct. 1, her eastern neighbour Cameroon for the first time in over 30 years also officially marked her 56th year of reunification.and more »

Cameroon soldiers shoot independence activists dead - The Guardian

Deaths come as English-speaking regions seek to break away, claiming they have been marginalised by francophone-dominated government. Reuters. Sun 1 Oct 2017 16.39 EDT Last modified on Mon 27 Nov 2017 11.07 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on ...and more »

17 protesters killed as clashes in Cameroon continue - Independent Online

Johannesburg – Cameroon's military continues to deploy heavily in the country's English-speaking regions, the death toll has risen to 17, streets are deserted and social media in the Anglophile areas has been blocked by the government, AP reported on ...and more »

Cameroon is disrupting the internet in its English-speaking regions to stifle protests again - Quartz

Yaoundé, Cameroon. Cameroon has once again disrupted internet connection it its restive North West and South West Anglophone regions in the wake of fresh mass protests. The interference has largely affected social media sites like WhatsApp, Facebook ...and more »

Cameroon's English-speakers call for independence -

Cameroon's government has banned public gatherings, suspended transportation and shut businesses in the country's English-speaking regions as activists symbolically declared independence from the majority French-speaking areas. Tensions continue to ...and more »

Cameroon: Troops deployed ahead of Anglophone independence declaration - Deutsche Welle

The Cameroon government has deployed thousands of troops to the Anglophone northwest and southwest of the country in an attempt to stop separatist groups from declaring independence on October 1. Authorities also announced temporary restrictions on ...and more »

Soldiers in Cameroon shoot dead several independence activists - Deutsche Welle

Government forces in the central African nation killed at least eight people and wounded several more amid a crackdown on activists who wish to secede from the country. One demonstrator was killed by soldiers when he attempted to raise the blue and ...and more »

Cameroon independence protests result in deaths - BBC News

Soldiers in Cameroon shot dead at least eight people during independence protests in the English-speaking parts of the country. Rallies were held on the 56th anniversary of the incorporation of the regions into Cameroon. The mayor of the town of Kumbo ...and more »

Seven killed in Cameroon as anglophones declare independence - New Vision

Cameroon police officials with riot equipment patrol along a street in the administrative quarter of Buea some 60km west of Douala yesterday. AFP photo. At least seven people were killed in Cameroon's restive anglophone belt at the weekend as a ...and more »

Cameroon president deploys army to Anglophone regions to face off secessionists - africanews

Cameroonian President Paul Biya has dispatched the military to the South West and North West Regions of the country ahead of independence day on October 1 to face off secessionists. The military deployment was officially announced by the Governor of ...and more »