English-speaking parts of Cameroon have now been without internet access for eight days. Why has the Francophone-dominated government decided to shut down the service? DW's Zipporah Nyambura explains the root of the conflict.
France has condemned attacks by suspected English-speaking separatists in Cameroon that killed three policemen. Cameroon's conflict could threaten regional stability, warns Paul Melly of Chatham House.
Cameroon’s government has confirmed that it is holding anglophone separatist leader Sisiku Ayuk Tabe after he disappeared in early January in Abuja, Nigeria.
Patrice Nganang was detained earlier this month and accused of threatening President Paul Biya. He is dual Cameroonian-US citizen but authorities have seized his African passport.
Soldiers killed at least eight people and wounded others in Cameroon's restless English-speaking regions on Sunday. Activists held protests calling for independence from the majority Francophone nation.
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