Cameroon separatists to face treason charges

Leaders of so-called Ambazonia Freedom Fighters to appear in court over several attacks in surge of violence.

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    An armed separatist group in Cameroon's southwest wants the government to be give official status to a state called Ambazonia.

    The so-called Ambazonia Freedom Fighters have attacked villages, schools and businesses over the past year.

    Their aim is to pressure the government into establishing an English-speaking state, in what is a mostly French-speaking nation.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports on the effect this has had.


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