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Cameroon opposition say one killed in protest against veteran ruler

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One protester was killed in Cameroon as police and gendarmes put down protests against the veteran President Paul Biya, the country’s main opposition party...

Cameroonian soldiers jailed for killing women and children

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Four Cameroonian soldiers received 10-year prison sentences on Monday for the killing of two women and two children in an incident that sparked international...

Apogee-SSU to continue training west African pilots

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US company Apogee-SSU is training Cessna 208B Caravan crews of the Cameroonian, Nigerien and Chadian air forces under a United State government contract. The US...

Yaounde Code of Conduct taking shape in the Gulf of Guinea

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Security professionals in the Gulf of Guinea know that if they want to spot criminals in the open water, the best place to look...

Cameroon Air Force C-130 incurs damages after crash-landing

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Cameroon’s ministry of defense has confirmed damage to one of its C-130 Hercules that crash-landed on Sunday 2 August in the country’s northern city...

Suspected Boko Haram militants kill 16 in northern Cameroon

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Suspected militants from Islamist group Boko Haram killed at least 16 people and wounded seven early on Sunday in a grenade attack on a...

Cameroon to receive ex-US Island Class patrol boats

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Cameroon will be receiving two refurbished Island Class patrol boats from the United States this year, requesting them under the Excess Defence Articles programme. News...

Cameroon’s police operating new APCs

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Cameroon’s police have taken delivery of at least six new armoured personnel carriers (APCs), which appear to be Panthera T6s from the United Arab...

Cameroon holds first peace talks with main separatist insurgents

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Representatives of Cameroon’s government held talks this week with the main leaders of an Anglophone separatist insurgency for the first time since the conflict...

Cameroon military says missing journalist died in its custody

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Cameroon’s military said on Friday that a journalist who disappeared last August in a part of the country where it is battling Anglophone separatists...

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Question for Public Works and Infrastructure Minister uses defenceWeb information

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Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s R37 million Beit Bridge fence upgrade as part of government efforts to prevent the spread of...