In Cameroon, divisions between the country's English and French-speaking communities are deepening. The minority Anglophone population says it is being marginalized by the government, and is demanding equal treatment.
Sectarian violence is escalating in Cameroon, where an aspiring priest has been shot dead by soldiers in front of his church and the archbishop is demanding an end to the violence. Adrian Kriesch reports from Bamenda.
Vote counting is underway after Cameroon's Sunday presidential vote. The polls were marked by deadly violence in the English-speaking regions. But the African Union gives it a clean bill.
Cameroonian political parties have crisscrossed the country ahead of the presidential elections on Sunday. Except for one candidate, no one has been able to organize campaigns in the restive Anglophone regions.
The spiraling crisis in Cameroon's Anglophone regions has tarnished President Paul Biya's reputation in the West as an arbiter of stability in tenuous central Africa and could threaten his long hold on power.
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