DW speaks to German opposition lawmaker Christoph Hoffmann (FDP) about the end of the Bundeswehr training mission in Cameroon. Hoffmann heads the parliamentary group for Central Africa.
German lawmaker Christoph Hoffmann has written a letter to Chancellor Angela Merkel, asking her to weigh in on Cameroon's political crisis. A new report places Cameroon's at the top of the list of neglected crises. (05.06.2019)
The Bundestag has voted to extend three missions in Mali and Somalia for another year. But special forces deployments in Niger and Cameroon have drawn parliamentarians' ire. (09.05.2019)
Germany’s Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer is touring the Middle East to meet German troops based there. The minister has come out strongly in favor of continuing Germany's military mission in the region.
German media has reported that the Bundeswehr will pay the national rail service Deutsche Bahn millions for the program. Both the army and the trains have been struggling with diminishing resources and reputations.
The United States has put pressure on Germany to increase defense spending and has threatened to pull troops out of the country.
The self-declared president of the breakaway state 'Ambazonia' has been sentenced to life in prison together with nine supporters. The verdict comes in the midst of peace talks between the government and separatists.
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