English-speaking parts of Cameroon have now been without internet for eight days. Why has the Francophone-dominated government decided to shut down the service? DW's Zipporah Nyambura explains the root of the problem.
Vote counting in Cameroon continues after Sunday's polls. Meanwhile, the government has called opposition candidate Maurice Kamto an "outlaw" after he declared himself the winner of the presidential race.
On Sunday Cameroonians are going to the polls. But in the English-speaking regions voting is nearly impossible. DW spoke to three anglophone separatist fighters about the longtime ethnic conflict's effects on society.
Many young Cameroonians are tired of the 36-year tenure of President Paul Biya and want change. But how many of them will actually cast their ballot on Sunday is still an open question.
Voting has closed in Cameroon despite low turnup in Buea, the capital of the southwestern region. Some administrative officials were seen casting their ballots after local residents were threatened by separatists.
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