Protesters, calling for the resignation of the Gambia's president, brought to court+++Liberia's unexplained fuel shortage+++Preaching peace in Cameroon through music.
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When the 33rd African Union Summit begins on Sunday, the conflict in Cameroon's Anglophone regions should be on the agenda. Yet the violence is unlikely to be seriously discussed by African leaders.
English-speaking separatists have been trying to stop elections from taking place in Cameroon's Anglophone regions next month. DW examines the rebels' intimidation tactics and looks at whether they are likely to succeed.
An economic and political heavyweight, South Africa has the clout to get things done while chairing the AU. It's also a chance for the country to improve its reputation after recent years, DW's Ludger Schadomsky writes.
A Canadian university has set up the Database of Atrocities for a part of Cameroon where those seeking independence are facing the wrath of the government. The initiative is intended to prompt the world to act.
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