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Ballon D'or - No Award For 2020

[Cameroon Tribune] The Ballon d'Or will not be awarded in 2020. France Football, the magazine behind the annual Ballon d'Or ...  

Tomato Farmers Count Losses To Wild Weather And Lockdown

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Yaounde -- Too little rainfall and then too much has paired with coronavirus impacts in Central Africa, leaving growers struggling

Civilians Forced To Do Guard Duty

[HRW] Investigate 42nd Battalion Abuses in Mozogo

Civilians Killed In Anglophone Regions

[HRW] Nairobi -- Attacks as Peace Talks Take Place

Africa's Varied Covid-19 Rates And Responses

[DW] While South Africa has been hit hard by COVID-19, other African nations have better managed the coronavirus. There have been growing calls to boost testing to reveal the true extent of the pandemic on the continent.

Human Bones Traffickers To Appear At The Foumbot Court

[] Two people shall appear at the Foumbot Court of First Instance in connection with the trafficking of human bones. The charges were brought against them following their arrest by the Foumbot Gendarmerie brigade on June 26 with two almost

Secretary Of State, Ministry Of Basic Education - Dr Asheri Kilo Is Capable

[Cameroon Tribune] Upon her appointment, former students of Our Lady of Lourdes gathered at her residence to rejoice in songs and prayers.

Governing In West Africa And Lake Chad Basin During Covid-19

[ISS] As countries in the region navigate the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic, their governments should learn lessons from the management of the crisis so far. This will help inform policy choices and societies' responses to future crises.

Ten Humanitarian Crises To Look Out For In 2018


From the Rohingya to South Sudan, hurricanes to famine, 2017 was full of disasters and crises. But 2018 is shaping up to be even worse. Here’s why. The UN has appealed for record levels of funding to help those whose lives have been torn apart, but the

Over 280 Gendarmes Acquire Tactical Skills

[Cameroon Tribune] The Secretary of State in charge of the National Gendarmerie closed the 37th session of the 2nd Technical Aptitude course on September 9, 2016 in Yaounde.

Ahead Of Peace Talks, A Who's Who Of Cameroon's Separatist Movements

[The New Humanitarian] Washington D.C. -- After three years of conflict, tentative ceasefire talks are underway between the Cameroon government and secessionist fighters demanding independence for the country's two anglophone regions.