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Cameroon Orders Anglophone Region Total Lockdown - Asharq Al-awsat English

FILE PHOTO: A security forces member stands in guard during the release of Anglophone activists at the prison of Yaounde,Cameroon, September 1, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer. Cameroon authorities on Friday banned all gatherings of more than four people ...and more »

Several killed in Cameroon as anglophones declare 'independent Ambazonia' - EURACTIV

Soldiers shot at least eight people dead in Cameroon's restive anglophone belt at the weekend as a separatist group made a symbolic declaration of independence. The separatists chose 1 October, the anniversary of the official reunification of the ...and more »

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

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. However, Cameroonians were deeply divided over the Oct.1 ...and more »

Protests in Anglophone Cameroon turn deadly - Aljazeera.com

Police shooting claims seven lives during protests by activists seeking independence from majority-Francophone country. 1 Oct 2017. Soldiers have shot and killed at least seven people and wounded others in Cameroon's English-speaking regions during ...and more »

Cameroon's English-speakers call for independence - Aljazeera.com

Troops deployed to Anglophone regions as activists declare symbolic independence from country's French-speaking areas. by Azad Essa. 1 Oct 2017. Thousands of protesters are gearing up to march in cities and towns across the two Anglophone regions [AFP ...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

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 Twitter. For the ...and more »

Cameroon's Anglophone crisis resulted in 17 deaths - Amnesty - africanews

International rights group, Amnesty International, says it has independently confirmed that 17 people were killed during clashes between Cameroonian security forces and pro-independence protesters. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads. The clashes ...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 »

Soldiers in Cameroon shoot dead several independence activists - Deutsche Welle

Soldiers killed at least eight people and wounded others in Cameroon's restless English-speaking regions on Sunday. Activists held protests calling for independence from the majority Francophone nation. Dozens of riot police walk down a deserted street ...and more »