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Caf Confederations Cup : Coton Sport Challenges Opara Fc Tomorrow

"They will play the second round preliminaries of the CAF Confederations Cup at the National Stadium in Gaborone at 3:00 ...  

« Toute L’afrique Doit Se Mobiliser »

Cameroon Tribune

"Dr- Col Didier Badjeck, spécialiste des questions de sécurité."

Une Menace à Plusieurs Visages

Cameroon Tribune

"Une bonne demi-douzaine de groupes djihadistes tournent autour du Burkina Faso."

Burkina Faso : How To Curb Persistent Terrorist Threat

Cameroon Tribune

"Government and the international community are fighting tooth and nail to bring long-lasting peace in the country."

34th World Aids Day : Students Sensitised On Social Media Dangers

Cameroon Tribune

"An educative talk between African Synergy and leaders of different school health clubs took place at the Lycée Général Leclerc yesterday, November 24, 2021."

Settlement Bill For 2020 : Overview Presented To Senators

Cameroon Tribune

"Finance Minister, Louis Paul Motaze defended the legal instrument before the Budget and Finance Committee of the Senate on November 23, 2020."

Promoting The Book Sector : Minister Explains Mechanisms In View

Cameroon Tribune

"This is contained in a bill the Minister of Arts and Culture, Bidoung Mkpatt defended before the Cultural Affairs Committee of the National Assembly on November."

Law On Freedom Of Association : Minat Edifies Senators On Amendment

Cameroon Tribune

"Minister Paul Atanga Nji explained the modifications to members of the Committee on Constitutional Laws of the Senate on November 23, 2021."

Parent Teacher Associations : Regulating Education Body

Cameroon Tribune

"The Ministers of Basic and Secondary Education during an information exchange forum on November 24 stated the importance of PTAs and measures to inject more order."

Cruelle Lâcheté

Cameroon Tribune

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Ekondo Titi : Terrorists Kill Three Students, Teacher

Cameroon Tribune

"A statement from the local administrative officer in the area said efforts are ongoing to track the culprits."