Africa

Cameroon to hold 'national dialogue' on separatist crisis

President Paul Biya also calls on separatists in English-speaking regions to surrender or face military action.

Cameroon to hold 'national dialogue' on separatist crisis

Africa

Cameroon: Opposition leader's trial condemned

Judges in Cameroon have adjourned the trial of main opposition leader Maurice Kamto and dozens of other politicians after one of them collapsed in court.

Africa

Cameroon anglophone separatist leader gets life sentence: Lawyers

Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe and nine of his followers convicted for 'terrorism and secession', says government lawyer.

Cameroon anglophone separatist leader gets life sentence: Lawyers

Cameroon

'Chinese, Ukrainian' seamen kidnapped in Cameroonian waters

The 17 sailors were seized from two ships that were attacked within hours while they were anchored off Douala port.

'Chinese, Ukrainian' seamen kidnapped in Cameroonian waters

Opinion

Cameroon's many fault lines

It is not just the Anglophone conflict that is threatening the stability of the Cameroonian state.

Yuhniwo Ngenge

by Yuhniwo Ngenge

Yuhniwo Ngenge

Nigeria

Death, anguish and flickers of hope: 10 years of Boko Haram

A decade later, one of the world's most dangerous armed groups is still wreaking havoc in the region it sprouted from.

Death, anguish and flickers of hope: 10 years of Boko Haram

Football

Nigeria knock out defending champions Cameroon in African Cup

Cameroon out of the African Cup of Nations after losing 3-2 to Nigeria in a last-16 game.

Nigeria knock out defending champions Cameroon in African Cup

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