Earthrise

Reimagining Plastic: Turning Waste into Products

Bottle boats in Cameroon and recycled gum in Britain: How to tackle the scourge of plastic waste plaguing our planet.

Cameroon

Dozens killed in major Boko Haram attack on Cameroon island

Officials say dozens killed, including Cameroonian soldiers, in weekend attack on Lake Chad island.

Dozens killed in major Boko Haram attack on Cameroon island

Sport

The Cameroonian girls who dream of football

The first wave of girls are being trained at the West African country's first female football academy.

FIFA World Cup: The Cameroonian girls who dream of football

Podcast

Cameroon's deadly battle over language

Hundreds of people have been killed in the country's Anglophone regions, rights groups say, as the conflict over language continues.

Cameroon's deadly battle over language

Africa

Cameroon forces kill 170 in Anglophone region in six months: HRW

Group says security forces used indiscriminate force against civilians, torched hundreds of homes between October-March.

Cameroon forces kill 170 in Anglophone region in six months: HRW

Africa

Cameroon separatists to face treason charges

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

Cameroon

Cameroon's opposition leader faces rebellion charges

Kamto faces eight charges, including sedition, following his arrest after anti-government protests, his lawyer says.

Cameroon: Maurice Kamto charged with sedition, insurrection

Nigeria

UN: Boko Haram threat displaces 30,000 in Nigeria

Fears of renewed attacks by the armed group prompt the exodus of more than 30,000 people from the Nigerian town of Rann.

UN: Boko Haram threat displaces 30,000 from Nigeria's Rann town

Egypt

Egypt to replace Cameroon as host of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations

Cameroon was stripped of hosting rights because of security concerns and the slow pace of preparations.

Egypt to replace Cameroon as host of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations

Opinion

Three crises we cannot ignore in 2019

The international community must brace itself for deepening and largely neglected emergencies in 2019.

Jan Egeland

by Jan Egeland

Jan Egeland

AJ IMPACT

Cameroon rebels issue virtual currency to fund independence

The AmbaCoin is named after the so-called Republic of Ambazonia, a self-declared independent state in Cameroon.

Cameroon rebels issue virtual currency to fund independence

Nigeria

Nigeria's former defence chief killed amid growing insecurity

Air Marshall Alex Badeh shot dead near Abuja as authorities struggle with increase in violence in oil-rich Niger Delta.

Nigeria's former defence chief killed amid growing insecurity

AJ IMPACT

Chinese company angers indigenous community in Cameroon

A Chinese state-owned company is behind rubber plantations that Cameroon villagers say threaten their livelihoods.

Indigenous communities at risk as Chinese rubber firm uses land

Humanitarian crises

Yemen to face worst humanitarian crisis of 2019: UN

Some 132 million people in 42 countries will need assistance next year, with Yemen topping the list, UN says.

Yemen to face worst humanitarian crisis of 2019: UN

Cameroon

Dozens of Anglophone separatists killed in Cameroon

Cameroon army says at least 30 separatists were killed as clashes intensify in restive English-speaking region.

Dozens of Anglophone separatists killed in Cameroon