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Edward McAllister

Facebook's Cameroon problem: stop online hate stoking conflict

Nov 05 2018

YAOUNDE A video link posted on Facebook on June 20 showed a man cooking human body parts in a pot over a wood fire.

INSIGHT-Facebook's Cameroon problem: stop online hate stoking conflict

Nov 05 2018

YAOUNDE, Nov 5 A video link posted on Facebook on June 20 showed a man cooking human body parts in a pot over a wood fire.

Cameroon candidate Kamto declares victory, ruling party denies

Oct 08 2018

YAOUNDE Cameroon opposition candidate Maurice Kamto declared victory in Sunday's presidential election, but incumbent President Paul Biya's party dismissed his claim as fantasy and accused him of breaking the law by making it.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Cameroon candidate Kamto declares victory, ruling party denies

Oct 08 2018

YAOUNDE, Oct 8 Cameroon opposition candidate Maurice Kamto declared victory in Sunday's presidential election, but incumbent President Paul Biya's party dismissed his claim as fantasy and accused him of breaking the law by making it.

Polls close in Cameroon after vote marked by separatist unrest

Oct 07 2018

YAOUNDE/DOUALA, Cameroon Cameroon saw isolated incidents of unrest in separatist Anglophone regions during voting on Sunday in an election widely expected to extend the rule of President Paul Biya, one of Africa's last multi-decade leaders. | Video

Cameroon goes to the polls as Biya seeks to extend 36-year rule

Oct 06 2018

YAOUNDE, Oct 7 Cameroonians head to the polls on Sunday in an election widely expected to extend the 36-year rule of President Paul Biya and confirm his place as one of Africa's last multi-decade leaders.

Cameroon insurgency drains life from once vibrant towns

Oct 05 2018

EKONA, Cameroon A unit of Cameroon's special forces edged up the winding main road of what used to be a functioning village, past the rusted shell of a burnt-out lorry loaded with smashed beer bottles, past an abandoned church and a shuttered bar. | Video

As Cameroon votes, thousands are silenced by violence

Oct 04 2018

YAOUNDE It was the nine corpses left by the roadside after a gunfight that made Honrne Waba flee her village in Northwest Cameroon in May and hide in the bush.

'Superfood' craze makes big business of Africa's baobab

Aug 01 2018

Mangoule, SENEGAL, Taerou Dieuhiou has been shinning barefoot up baobab trees in Senegal's southern Casamance region to collect the oblong fruit since he was 15. | Video

Congo declares Ebola flare-up over after rapid response

Jul 24 2018

DAKAR Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday declared an end to an Ebola outbreak believed to have killed 33 people after what experts hailed as a swift response to the flare-up in one of the world's most difficult environments.

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