Sunday, 20 May 2018

Cameroon Holiday Hit Hy Violence In English-Speaking Areas

Cameroon’s national day Sunday was marked by violence in its troubled English-speaking region, with two policemen killed, soldiers wounded and a mayor kidnapped by suspected armed separatists.


In the capital, Yaounde, in central Cameroon, President Paul Biya, who has ruled since 1982, presided over a public show of the country’s military might.
Cameroon Holiday Hit Hy Violence In English-Speaking Areas
But in the English-speaking town of Bangem in southwest Cameroon, the mayor, Ekuh Simon, was kidnapped.


In a video shared by suspected armed separatists Simon said he and his deputy were kidnapped by separatists for planning independence celebrations ... www.washingtonpost.com
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