Cameroon conflict: Hundreds killed in recent violence

Violence in Cameroon worsens as the power struggle over language continues.


    In Cameroon, hundreds of people have died and thousands were forced to flee their homes after almost two years of conflict between English and French speakers.

    Recent presidential elections have only increased tensions.


    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Buea, in Cameroon’s Southwest.


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