Friday, February fourteenth, the   UN says at least 22 people have been killed in a village in the Northwest region of Cameroon. Over half of those killed were children. No one has claimed responsibility for Friday’s incident but the opposition parties blame the killing on the government.

Cameroon issues arrest warrants for separatist leaders

Cameroon issues arrest warrants for separatist leaders Soldiers in Bamenda Wanted Escalating Tension ----------------------------- Cameroonian authorities have issued 15 international arrest warrants for leaders of an Anglophone separatist party, the Southern Cameroon National Council. It comes after at least two military police officers were killed at a security checkpoint earlier this week. Dozens were killed last month in a violent crackdown on protests against the mainly French-speaking government. Many English speakers accuse the Francophone majority of discrimination. They say they are often excluded from top civil service jobs, and that the French language and legal system have been imposed on them. The government denies the allegations and insists that it treats all citizens equally. Wanted Cameroon newspapers list Sisiku Ayuk Tabe - the president of t

Cameroonian journalist wins International Press Freedom Award

The Committee to Protect Journalists will honour journalists from Cameroon, Mexico, Thailand, and Yemen with its 2017 International Press Freedom Awards. The journalists have faced government harassment, death threats, or imprisonment in their pursuit of the truth. CPJ is also honouring PBS journalist Judy Woodruff with its inaugural Gwen Ifill Press Freedom Award. continue

Clinton Njie: Tottenham's Cameroon forward heading to Marseille

Tottenham forward Clinton Njie is to join French side Marseille on a permanent deal after the two clubs agreed a deal.

Cameroon army vessel capsizes, dozens missing: security sources


Men make off with Dhs3.6m

DUBAI: A gang of knife-wielding men lured currency exchange dealers into a trap, restrained them and decamped with Dhs3,600,000, the Criminal Court heard on Thursday. An unemployed Cameroonian man, 30, three compatriot visitors, 29, 32, and 38 and two Malian visitors, both 32, with the help of fugitives used knives and cleavers in the 40-minute robbery. They also decamped with two mobile phones of a money shop’s Indian manager and two mobile phones of a money shop’s Indian manager and two mobile phones of his Indian teller.  Read  more:

English speaking Cameroonians are joining Syrian refugees on migrant boats

Ngomba Lucas has given up on his education this year. The 18-year-old has not attended school since January, when teachers walked off the job to protest the central government’s treatment of Anglophone Cameroonians in the largely French-speaking West African country. He’s missed so many classes, he couldn’t pass national exams anyway. Read more:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren rebukes 2016 Obama comment: 'The system is as rigged as we think'

Former President Barack Obama is getting hit from within his own party. This time, it's Senator Elizabeth Warren. In her new book, The Fight is Our Fight , Warren wrote about the future of the Democratic Party post following their devastating 2016 election loss to Republican Donald Trump. The Boston senator also aired out her disagreements with the former commander-in-chief. Read more: