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 journalist released from jail

The Equinoxe Television journalist Mimi Mefo who was jailed on November 7, 2018, without trial at the Douala central prison has been released.

Over 30,000 Cameroonian refugees arrives Nigeria

Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria According to the UNHCR spokesperson Babar Baloch  – to whom quoted text may be attributed –   at the press briefing held at the Palais des Nations in Geneva on November 9, 2018, over 30,000 Cameroonian refugees have been registered in Nigeria .

Cameroon journalist jailed for reporting on Anglophone crisis

Equinoxe Television journalist Mimi Mefo On Wednesday, November 7, 2017, English desk editor and journalist of Equinoxe Television Mimi Mefo was jailed at the Douala central prison without trial.

The Tribal War In Cameroon Politics: "Beti Vs Bamileke"

This video reveals some facts why the president of Cameroon would not cede power to any other than one from "Beti" tribe. Click on "Read More" to watch the video.

Child's head discovered in public dustbin

The head of a child detached from its body was discovered in a public dustbin, locally called "Hysacam bin" in the neighbourhood of Eleveur in Soa, Yaounde-Cameroon. The inhabitants of this neighbourhood were shocked when the alert broke out. The body of the child was not found among the garbage.

Teachers in English region of Cameroon in search of new opportunities

By Paul Asong Teachers in the English-speaking part of Cameroon are flooding the French part of the country in search of new job opportunities as there is no probability of schools reopening during the upcoming academic year.

‘The Stuff of Tyranny’: Christian Baker Who Refused to Make Gay Wedding Cake Scores Major Victory

A California judge ruled in favor of a Christian baker who has been under fire over her refusal last August to make a same-sex wedding cake, finding that the state cannot force her to act against her sincerely held beliefs. continue reading...