Cameroon

Cameroonian journalist dies in government detention

Media watchdog calls Samuel Wazizi's death 'the worst crime against a journalist in the past 10 years in Cameroon'.

Cameroonian journalist Samuel Wazizi dies in gov't detention

Coronavirus pandemic

Cameroon president makes first appearance in two months

Paul Biya addresses coronavirus outbreak and urges compliance with government measures to contain COVID-19.

Cameroon president makes first appearance in two months

Africa

Cameroon separatists kill mayor in restive southwest region

Mayor of Mamfe, Ashu Prisley Ojong, killed in the Anglophone region facing rebellion since 2016.

Cameroon separatists kill mayor in restive southwest region

Humanitarian crises

In Pictures: Untold stories of Cameroon's war victims

More than 679,000 people have been displaced in Cameroon as a result of the conflict.

In Pictures: Untold stories of Cameroon's war victims

Coronavirus pandemic

Healthcare workers across Africa share their coronavirus stories

Doctors and nurses from across the continent recount experiences of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic on the front lines.

Healthcare workers across Africa share their coronavirus stories

Coronavirus pandemic

Masks, bans and questions: Inside Cameroon's COVID-19 response

President Biya has not addressed nation in weeks, raising questions, but gov't has taken series of steps to stem virus.

Masks, bans and questions: Inside Cameroon's COVID-19 response

Africa

Cameroon admits army role in February massacre of civilians

Government says three soldiers and a vigilante group were responsible for the killing of civilians in anglophone region.

Cameroon admits army role in February massacre of civilians

AJ Impact

'No country will be spared' in sub-Saharan Africa: IMF

Region, already hit hard by coronavirus lockdowns and drop in oil prices, braces for a health crisis with few resources.

'No country will be spared' in sub-Saharan Africa: IMF

Africa

Coronavirus testing rate increasing in Cameroon

Cameroon launches nationwide testing as officials brace for a surge in confirmed cases.

Latin America

Cameroon Anglophone crisis: Women bear the brunt of violence

Three years of separatist fighting in Cameroon has left its scars. Al Jazeera hears from a victim of gang rape.

Coronavirus pandemic

Afro-jazz legend Manu Dibango dies after contracting coronavirus

The 86-year-old Cameroonian, best known for the 1972 hit 'Soul Makossa' died in Paris, according to a representative.

Afro-jazz legend Manu Dibango dies after contracting coronavirus

Cameroon

Cameroon refugees struggle to cope with life of need in Nigeria

Cameroon's ethnic conflict has killed about 3,000 and displaced more than 679,000 in the Anglophone regions, UN says.

Cameroon refugees struggle to cope with life of need in Nigeria

Humanitarian crises

The Sahel: Key things to know as security crisis spirals

Parts of the arid belt of land below the Sahara have been engulfed by swiftly deteriorating violence.

The Sahel: Key things to know as security crisis spirals

Latin America

Cameroon: Maurice Kamto makes long-awaited return

Thousands of people turn out in Doula to welcome the return of Cameroon's opposition leader.

Africa

Rights group: At least 21 civilians killed in Cameroon

Human Rights Watch accuses government forces and Fulani herders of February killings in English-speaking region.

Rights group: At least 21 civilians killed in Cameroon