Africa

Cameroon army, separatists blamed for 'grave abuses'

Anglophone separatists as well as government forces are accused of committing atrocities, according to HRW report.

Cameroon military, separatists blamed for 'grave abuses'

Africa

Cameroonians fleeing unrest hide in the forest with little help

UN says people fleeing unrest in western Cameroon have received little aid as humanitarian groups struggle for access.

Cameroonians fleeing unrest hide in the forest with little help

Refugees

Refugees fleeing CAR violence struggle in Cameroon

Hundreds of thousands of people have found safe haven in Cameroon but have limited access to food, water and healthcare.

Refugees fleeing CAR violence struggle in Cameroon

Africa

Cameroon President Biya, 85, to stand for seventh term

The 85-year-old has been head of state since 1982 and his re-election could see him rule well into his 90s.

Cameroon President Paul Biya to stand for seventh term

Cameroon

Cameroon probes video showing women, children being shot dead

Military denies involvement as Amnesty says it has 'credible evidence' suggesting perpetrators were Cameroonian soldiers

Cameroon probes video showing women, children being shot dead

Africa

Dozens die in Cameroon bus accident

Authorities investigate cause of crash that killed at least 28 people and left five others injured.

Dozens die in Cameroon bus accident

Refugees

'We saw corpses along the way'

Kombo Yannick is one of the many African asylum seekers braving the longer Latin America route to the US.

From Cameroon to US-Mexico border: 'We saw corpses along the way'

Cameroon

Anglophone activists convicted of 'terrorism' in Cameroon

Activists sentenced to up to 15 years in prison as part of a crackdown on budding Anglophone secessionist movement.

Anglophone activists convicted of 'terrorism' in Cameroon

Africa

Cameroon's National Day signals deepening divide

While some Anglophones are asking for equal representation in government and society, others are calling for their own country.

Nigeria

Nigeria: 1,000 hostages rescued from Boko Haram

Regional task force helps to secure the release of the captives, mostly women and children, army spokesman says.

Nigeria: 1,000 hostages rescued from Boko Haram

Africa

A look at Cameroon's language divide

English speakers in Cameroon are demanding an end to what they say is discrimination by the French-speaking majority.

Internet

Rising internet shutdowns aimed at 'silencing dissent'

Governments around the world are increasingly cutting off internet access in the wake of people's protests.

Rising internet shutdowns aimed at 'silencing dissent'

Cameroon

Cameroon internet shutdowns cost Anglophones millions

In an attempt to quell criticism, the government of Cameroon continues to shut down social media and messaging apps.

Cameroon internet shutdowns cost Anglophones millions

Africa

Thousands flee violence in Cameroon's Anglophone region

Thousands of people are fleeing unrest in English-speaking areas of southern Cameroon into southern Nigeria.