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          UN chief calls for release of abducted students in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday called for the immediate release of 79 students abducted in Cameroon as he renewed his appeal for an end to the crisis in the breakaway English-speaking region.
          Cameroon’s President Biya is sworn in for a seventh term      Cache   Translate Page      
Cameroon’s President Paul Biya calls for a public holiday on the day he is sworn in for a seventh term in office, but the opposition refuses to concede victory. The ceremony happens a day after 79 school children, their principal and two other staff members are abducted from a school in the English speaking region of the country. We hear first-hand accounts of parents of the victims + According to the International Monetary Fund 40 per cent of low-income sub-Saharan countries are now at risk of debt distress. Is debt relief even possible? We ask Liberia's former Finance Minister, Dr Antoinette Monsio Sayeh
          Cameroon leader tells separatists to down arms after kidnapping      Cache   Translate Page      
Cameroon's president on Tuesday warned Anglophone separatists to lay down their arms or face the full force of the law, a day after dozens of schoolchildren were abducted in the rebel region.
          78 Students Kidnapped by Gunmen from Christian School      Cache   Translate Page      

Armed men have kidnapped at least 78 students and their principal from a Presbyterian school in Nkwen village in Cameroon, a governor has said. The kidnapping late Sunday took place near Bamenda (pictured above), the capital of the troubled English-speaking region, according to Governor Deben Tchoffo. A video purportedly of the kidnapped children has been […]

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          Separatist Forces in Cameroon Have Kidnapped at Least 79 Students      Cache   Translate Page      
They were abducted at a Presbyterian school in an English-speaking region
          Can democracy work in Africa?      Cache   Translate Page      
Allegations of vote-rigging have mired elections in both Zimbabwe and Cameroon, and risk overshadowing upcoming polls in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Vote fraud appears to have become a trend across the African continent, begging the question of whether democracy is really working for Africa. Although elections are not working particularly ...
          11/6/2018: World News: Rebel group kidnaps 78 pupils from their school      Cache   Translate Page      

ARMED separatists have kidnapped at least 78 students and their principal from a Presbyterian school in Nkwen village in Cameroon’s restive north-west region, a governor said yesterday. The kidnapping late on Sunday took place near Bamenda, the...
          Vehicle movements suspended in region where 79 children were kidnapped       Cache   Translate Page      
Cameroon's northwest authorities suspended the movement of all non-emergency vehicles in the area where they say 79 school children were abducted early Monday.
          NTCHAM TUG-OF-WAR      Cache   Translate Page      
OLIVIER NTCHAM is on the brink of becoming involved in a remarkable international tug-of-war between France and Cameroon. The Celtic midfielder is a regular in the French Under-21 team, but he is now on the wanted list of new Indomitable Lions Head Coach Clarence Seedorf. The Dutch icon has been tasked with rebuilding the national [...]
          Free Cameroon’s Kidnapped School Children       Cache   Translate Page      

A school classroom in the Anglophone region of Cameroon.

© 2018 Bede Sheppard/Human Rights Watch

Just before dawn on Monday, November 5, unknown gunmen abducted around 79 school children from dormitories at Presbyterian Secondary School Nkwen in Bamenda, a town in Cameroon’s Anglophone North-West region. This horrific kidnapping is the latest escalation in the country’s spiraling violence.

Over the past two years, a political standoff between Cameroon’s Francophone dominated government and the country’s Anglophone minority – some of whom are seeking independence – has become a full-fledged human rights crisis. Hundreds are thought to have been killed, over a thousand homes burned, and dozens of schools attacked. An estimated 250,000 people have fled their homes.

No one has yet claimed responsibility for Monday’s mass kidnapping. One government official blamed Anglophone separatist groups, but the largest separatist groups have denied involvement and condemned the attack, insisting that they do not attack civilians. Others have accused pro-government forces of kidnapping the children in order to sully the separatists’ reputation. Neither the government nor the separatist groups provided evidence to substantiate their accusations.

The government has pledged to investigate the kidnapping, but its own forces have committed grave abuses in the conflict, including attacks on villages and extrajudicial killings of civilians, without any investigation or anyone being held responsible.

Yesterday’s kidnapping may only be the tip of the iceberg, and without swift international action, the crisis will likely worsen. International actors – especially the African Union, the United Nations, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States – should unanimously condemn violence against civilians and make clear that no political objective justifies tampering with the right to education and abducting sleeping schoolchildren from their beds. But they should also ensure that this horrific event doesn’t become a justification for further abuses by any of the parties to this crisis. 


          Cameroon school kidnap: More than 70 pupils seized in Bamenda      Cache   Translate Page      
Dozens of other folks, most commonly faculty pupils, had been abducted from a faculty within the west of Cameroon. A minimum of 78 scholars and 3 others, together with the varsity major, had been kidnapped on Monday morning in Bamenda, the capital of the North-West area, a central authority ...
          Separatist Forces in Cameroon Have Kidnapped at Least 79 Students      Cache   Translate Page      
Armed separatists kidnapped at least 79 students and three staff members from a Presbyterian school in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon, the governor said Monday.
          Separatists kidnap dozens of pupils in Cameroon's restive northwest      Cache   Translate Page      

Armed separatists kidnapped at least 79 students and three staff members from a Presbyterian school in a troubled region of Cameroon, the governor said.
          Cameroon: 70 Schoolchildren Taken in Mass Abduction Must Be Freed      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Kenya: Kenya: Kakuma New Arrival Registration Trends 2018 (as of 31 October 2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
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          Nearly 80 children kidnapped from school in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      

A video purportedly of the kidnapped children is released on social media in a country plagued by violence between separatist and government forces.


          Cameroon School Kidnapping Sees More Than 70 Students Abducted      Cache   Translate Page      

cameroon militants kidnapped several dozen children

Militants in the African nation of Cameroon have abducted several dozen schoolchildren and at least one adult, and as of this writing no group has claimed responsibility, BBC News is reporting.

Seventy-eight students and at least three other people, including the principal of the school, were kidnapped from the Presbyterian Secondary School in Bamenda, in the northwestern part of the country. The children are all 10 to 14 years of age; the ages and possible connection to the school of the other victims remain unclear.

According to an unidentified source speaking to Reuters, via NDTV News, the victims were “taken into the bush.”

Cameroon’s Civil War

The poor West African nation has been mired in a conflict by separatist militias. Specifically, two regions in the western party of the country, North-West and South-West, are caught up in a civil war of sorts between separatist militias and the country’s government.

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          Manchester United cult hero Eric Djemba Djemba tells SunSport for years people spelled his name wrong      Cache   Translate Page      
IS it Djemba-Djemba or Djemba Djemba? For years, the English and French media have put a hyphen in the former Manchester United and Cameroon midfielder’s surname when they’ve written stories about him. But SunSport has EXCLUSIVELY learned we’ve been wrong all along. Djemba Djemba, 37, has cleared up that little mystery insisting there’s NO need for […]
          78 Presbyterian School Students Kidnapped at Gun Point in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      

On Sunday, at least 79 students and 3 teachers were kidnapped from a Presbyterian school in Cameroon. Governor Deben Tchoffo

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          Facebook's Cameroon problem: stop online hate stoking conflict      Cache   Translate Page      
A video link posted on Facebook on June 20 showed a man cooking human body parts in a pot over a wood fire.

          Cameroon leader tells separatists to down arms after child kidnappings      Cache   Translate Page      
Cameroon's president demanded on Tuesday that anglophone separatists lay down their arms, a day after dozens of schoolchildren were seized in a kidnapping the army blamed on the rebels.

          Run-up to US Mid-term Elections      Cache   Translate Page      
The vote is being seen as a referendum on President Trump's first two years in office. Also: dozens of pupils kidnapped in Cameroon and astronomers detect one of the oldest stars in the Milky Way.
          UN, EU Condemn Mass Kidnapping of Children From College in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Earlier in the week, media reported that about 80 people, most of them schoolchildren, had been abducted in the city of Bamenda in northwestern Cameroon on Monday.
          80 Students, Principal Kidnapped at a School in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
Gunmen in Cameroon have kidnapped 80 students and their principal from a Presbyterian school in the country’s restive northwestern region. A video of the kidnapped children was released on social media in which the kidnappers identify themselves as “Amba boys,” a reference to the English-speaking region of Ambazonia where armed separatists are fighting for independence. […]
          Cameroon school kidnappings: Authorities suspend vehicular movement      Cache   Translate Page      

[Cameroon], Nov 7 (ANI): A day after the abduction of 79 children from a boarding school in Cameroon's Northwest region, authorities on Tuesday restricted the movement of all non-emergency vehicles from the area, where the pupils were kidnapped.

The suspension of vehicle movement took place in few districts in Bamenda, in an effort to aid search and rescue operations for the kidnapped children, local authorities said, CNN reported.

The armed men had entered the Presbyterian Secondary School in Bamenda late on Monday night, overpowered the security guard and forced him to take them to the children, who were sleeping. They then kidnapped the pupils and three others, including the principal of the boarding school.

Although no one claimed responsibility for the abductions, authorities did not rule out the role of separatists, who are waging a war with the Cameroonian government in the country's English-speaking provinces. Several secessionist groups have denied their involvement in the kidnapping.

The armed separatists, who are English-speaking, have been demanding independence from Cameroon. They have been largely accused of abducting students in Cameroon's restive north and southwest regions. (ANI)


          Secessionists Blamed For Kidnapping Of Students In Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
Tensions are rising between Cameroon's English-speaking regions and the dominant French-speaking government. In the latest developments, nearly 80 children were abducted from a school in Cameroon
          Comment on President Biya, 85, sworn in for another 7-year tenure in Cameroon by Suny Lulu      Cache   Translate Page      
The cowardly separatists in Cameroon are busy cutting the fingers of local peasants in far flung villages while Biya, whose swearing in they claim to be agitating against, was being sworn in in the capital city of Cameroon! Ride on, Biya.
          79 School Pupils Kidnapped In English-Speaking Region Of Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      

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Gunmen kidnapped 79 school students on Monday in an English-speaking region of Cameroon where separatists are fighting an armed campaign for independence, security and government sources said. Militias, who have been demanding the independence of the two English-speaking regions, have called for a school boycott. But no rebel group has said it carried out the […]


          85-Year-Old Biya Who Has Ruled For 35 Years Sworn In For 7th Term As President Of Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      

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Cameroon’s 85-year-old, President Paul Biya was sworn in on Tuesday for a seventh term after disputed elections and amid mounting unrest in an English-speaking region, according to a report by AFP. Biya has ruled Cameroon for 35 years and was declared victor in the October 7th election with 71 percent of the votes. But the […]


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Set of African musical drums locally made from wood
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Cameroon School Kidnap: More Than 70 Pupils Seized in Bamenda
BBC World Service

In the video released of the children the man holding the camera turns it on himself at the end
Dozens of people, mostly school pupils, have been kidnapped from a boarding school in the west of Cameroon.

At least 79 students and three others, including the principal, were seized early on Monday morning in Bamenda, the capital of the North-West region, a government official has told the BBC.

Regional governor Adolphe Lele L'Afrique blamed separatist militias.

Cameroon's North-West and South-West regions have been hit by a secessionist rebellion in recent years.

Cameroon's English-speaking rebels

Militias, who have been demanding the independence of the two English-speaking regions, have called for a school boycott.

But no single group has said it carried out the kidnapping at Bamenda's Presbyterian Secondary School, which has pupils aged between 10 and 14.

A video of some of the children, believed to have been filmed by one of the kidnappers, is being shared on social media.

The students, all boys and crammed into a tiny room, all look nervous as the person holding the camera orders them to say their names and where they are from.

They also repeat the phrase: "I was taken from school last night by the Amba boys, I don't know where I am."

Amba is short for Ambazonia, the name of the new country that the separatists want to create.

One student, who managed to avoid capture by hiding under a bed, told the BBC that events unfolded quickly as the kidnappers entered the school.

"One of my friends, they beat him mercilessly. All I could think about was to just stay quiet. They threatened to shoot some people... all the big boys they rounded up, and the small ones they left them behind."

A teacher at the school described what she saw as she entered the principal's office after students had been taken from different dormitories.

"The military came in and went to the principal's house where we realised that her door was bashed and entered into, the glasses are still there on the ground," she told the BBC.

'Praying for the kidnapped'

The moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, the Right Reverend Fonki Samuel Forba told the BBC that he had spoken to the kidnappers.

"They don't want any ransom. All they want is for us to close the schools. We have promised to close down the schools," he told the BBC.

"We hope and pray they release the kids and the teachers," he added.

A government official later said a massive search had been launched for the hostages involving the Cameroonian army. "Every man has been called in," the official said, according to AFP news agency.

It is not the first time students have been abducted in the area, known to be a stronghold of separatist fighters, reports the BBC's Ngala Killian Chimtom.

On 19 October, five students of the Atiela Bilingual High School were taken by unidentified gunmen. Their whereabouts are still unknown.

The separatists say that the Cameroon school system suppresses the English-speaking system that the North-West and South-West regions inherited from the British.

Separatist rebellion

The militias, who want to create Ambazonia, began to emerge in 2017 after a security force crackdown on mass protests, led by lawyers and teachers, over the government's alleged failure to give enough recognition to the English legal and education systems in the North-West and South-West.

The government was accused of relying heavily on people trained in the French legal and educational tradition to work in key posts and generally marginalising Cameroon's English-speaking minority, who make up about 20% of the population.

President Paul Biya, who has been in power since 1982, was recently re-elected for a seventh term with more than 70% of the vote.

Opposition parties allege that the poll was rigged, but legal attempts to overturn the result failed.

Africa's borders were "carved up" up by colonial powers

Colonised by Germany in 1884
British and French troops force Germans to leave in 1916
Cameroon is split three years later - 80% goes to the French and 20% to the British
French-run Cameroon becomes independent in 1960
Following a referendum, the (British) Southern Cameroons join Cameroon, while Northern Cameroons join English-speaking Nigeria

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Cameroon: Over 80 People Kidnapped in Bamenda
Africa News

Cameroon’s military said on Monday more than 80 people, mostly children, were kidnapped from a school in the city of Bamenda, located in the Anglophone Northwest region.

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the abduction in the English-speaking region where separatists are fighting to form a breakaway state.

The separatists have imposed curfews and closed down schools as part of their protest against President Paul Biya’s French-speaking government.

In total 81 people were kidnapped including the principal. They were taken to the bush.

“In total 81 people were kidnapped including the principal. They were taken to the bush,” a military source told Reuters.

A government spokesman said it was keeping track of an event but that it could not comment further.

The separatist movement gathered pace in 2017 after a government crackdown on peaceful demonstrations. Many people have fled Bamenda and other centres to seek refuge in more peaceful Francophone regions.

          Press Releases: U.S. Concerned Over Violence Uptick in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
Press Statement
Heather Nauert
Department Spokesperson
Washington, DC
November 6, 2018


The United States condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the November 5 kidnapping of students and staff from the Presbyterian Secondary School of Nkwen near Bamenda, Cameroon. We call for the immediate and safe return of these students and staff to their families. The United States expresses grave concern over the burgeoning Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon’s Northwest and Southwest regions. We urge an immediate halt to the indiscriminate targeting of civilians and burning of houses by Cameroonian government forces and to attacks perpetrated by both Anglophone separatists against security forces and civilians. The systematic intimidation based on ethnic and religious affiliation, including in Yaoundé and Douala, must stop. In memory of American missionary Charles Wesco and all others who have lost their lives in the Anglophone Crisis, we urge all sides to end the violence and enter into broad-based reconciliatory dialogue without preconditions.


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          85-Year-Old President Biya Sworn In For Seventh Term      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Cameroon leader tells rebels to lay down arms after kidnappings      Cache   Translate Page      
Assailants abducted 79 children, their principal, and a driver from a Christian school in Bamenda in Northwest Region.
          BBC World News: Cameroon kidnap: Bamenda students freed      Cache   Translate Page      
The students were among 82 people kidnapped on Monday in the restive Anglophone region.
          Cameroon Army Launches Search For 79 Kidnapped Pupils, Principal      Cache   Translate Page      

\ An army search operation is under way in Cameroon to rescue dozens of people kidnapped from a boarding school. At least 79 students and three others were seized on Monday in Bamenda, the capital of the North-West region, a government official has told the BBC. The government and English-speaking separatists have accused each other […]

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          TAIFA STARS YAELEKEA SAUZI KUWEKA KAMBI YA SIKU 10      Cache   Translate Page      
Timu ya Taifa ya Tanzania “Taifa Stars” imeondoka leo alfajiri kuelekea nchini Afrika Kusini kuweka Kambi kujiandaa na mchezo wake wa kutafuta tiketi ya kufuzu Afcon 2019 dhidi ya Lesotho.


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          79 Cameroon School Students, Kidnapped Earlier, Freed: Minister      Cache   Translate Page      
Seventy-nine school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cam
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from ROSY SADOU in Yaoundé, Cameroon YAOUNDE, (CAJ News) – THERE is global outcry over the kidnapping of 70 schoolchildren in Cameroon’s English speaking region. Militants advocating for the independence of the volatile North-West region of the country are accused of the mass kidnapping, which also saw ten adults abducted. They have been abducted from […]
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A church official in Cameroon says that the 79 students kidnapped by unidentified gunmen have been released, but two of the three staff members abducted are still being held.

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English version

The deal between France and the US about the succession in Gabon

Dear readers, we have submitted to our contacts, the reading of the visit made by the French and American ambassadors, to Marie Madeleine Mborantsuo, the President of the Gabonese Constitutional Court. Here is their opinion.

1. This visit was a demonstration that with regard to their African policies, France and the US have resolutely made a deal to help each other in their respective squares of influence.

2. France helped the USA in Libya, and the USA helped France in Mali. France plunders Francophone Central Africa, when the US does the same with the Great Lakes region through Rwanda.

3. France allows the USA to settle militarily in Cameroon and Gabon by having periodical war games with the forces of these countries; in response the USA asks their Rwandan and Ugandan pupils to normalize their relations with France. It's a give and take.

4. But why did these ambassadors visit Mborantsuo? Because for these countries, in the current state of affairs, Gabon works well for their interests and they would like everything to continue in the same direction. For these embassies, Mborantsuo is the legal guardian of the established order as they conceive it in Gabon and this lady needs their help and support to give birth to another regime in the continuity of what we have known since 1967.

5. Africa is the last economic and political frontier in the world. Whoever conquers Africa is sure to dominate the world. France and the USA are working together to secure their lion' share. If this is done by sacrificing the fundamental freedoms of Africans, they don’t care. It's real politik. The triumph of realism over sentimentalism.

6. Since the end of the 2016 elections, it is clear that France, the US and the European Union have chosen to back Ali Bongo and forget his undemocratic crimes.

7. With the incursions of Russia and China in the so rich Central African region, the US and France cannot risk their control of these regions in the name of democracy. On the contrary, to install dictatorships is a model that has always worked for them in Africa in general and in Gabon in particular.

Dear readers, according to our sources, democracy in Gabon is not even the least of the worries of France and the USA for our country, but rather a non-factor. The most important thing for them is that raw materials come out on conditions that are very favorable to them; and to guarantee this, nothing better than to install a dictatorship that will be indebted to them. This has been working since 1967 with the Bongos. France manages more than 500 billion euros of money belonging to Francophone Africa in its economy. The same France has so far only given the same Francophone Africa only 10 billion euros in development aid. Make the calculation: who benefits from whom?

The fundamental question is: "what are we doing to change this state of affairs?

When you answer this question, you will get closer to the solutions and understand why people like Mborantsuo are put in charge in Francophone Africa.


We should not give up!

To be continued…





Version française

Le marché entre la France et les USA au sujet de la succession au Gabon

Chers lecteurs, nous avons soumis à nos contacts, la lecture de la visite effectuée par les ambassadeurs Français et Américains, à Marie Madeleine Mborantsuo, la Présidente de la Cour Constitutionnelle Gabonaise. Voici leur avis.

1. Cette visite était la démonstration qu’en ce qui concerne leurs politiques africaines, la France et les USA ont résolument fait un marché de s’entraider dans leur pré-carrés respectifs.

2. La France a aidé les USA en Lybie, et les USA ont aidé la France au Mali. La France pille l’Afrique Centrale francophone, quand les USA font de même avec la région des grands lacs par Rwanda interposé.

3. La France permet aux USA de s’installer militairement au Cameroun et au Gabon en faisant des manœuvre periodiques avec les forces de ces pays ; réponse les USA demandent à leur poulains Rwandais et Ougandais de normaliser leurs relations avec la France. C’est du donnant donnant.

4. Mais pourquoi ces ambassadeurs ont-ils rendu visite à Mborantsuo ? Parce que pour ces pays, dans l’état actuel des choses, le Gabon marche bien pour leurs intérêts et ils voudraient que tout continue dans le même sens. Pour ces ambassades, Mborantsuo est la garante légale de l’ordre établi tel qu’ils le conçoivent au Gabon et cette dame a besoin de leur aide et soutien pour accoucher d’un autre régime dans la continuité de ce que nous connaissons depuis 1967.

5. L’Afrique est la dernière frontière économique et politique du monde. Qui conquiert l’Afrique est assuré de dominer le monde. La France et les USA travaillent de concert pour s’assurer des parts du lion. Si cela doit se faire en sacrifiant les libertés fondamentales des Africains, ils n’en ont que cure. C’est la real politik. Le triomphe du réalisme sur le sentimentalisme.

6. Depuis la fin des élections de 2016, il est clair que la France, les USA et l’Union Européenne aient choisi de faire rempiler Ali Bongo et de passer l’éponge sur ses crimes antidémocratiques.

7. Avec les incursions de la Russie et de la Chine en Afrique Centrale si riche, les USA et la France ne peuvent risquer leur contrôle de ces régions au nom de la démocratie. Au contraire, y installer des dictatures est un modèle qui a toujours marché pour eux en Afrique en général et au Gabon en particulier.

Chers lecteurs, d’après nos sources, la démocratie au Gabon n’est même pas le cadet des soucis de la France et des USA pour notre pays, mais plutôt le benjamin. Le plus important pour eux est que les matières premières sortent à des conditions qui leur sont très favorables ; et pour garantir cela, rien de tel que d’y installer une dictature qui leur devra tout. Cela marche depuis 1967 avec les Bongo. La France gère plus de 500 milliards d’euros d’argents appartenant à l’Afrique francophone dans son économie. La même France n’a jusqu’ici qu’accorde à la même Afrique francophone seulement 10 milliards d’euros en aide au développement. Faite le calcul : qui profite de qui ?

La question fondamentale est : « que faisons-nous pour changer cet état de fait ?

Quand vous répondrez à cette question, vous vous rapprocherez des solutions et comprendrez pourquoi des gens comme Mborantsuo sont placées à la manœuvre en Afrique francophone.


Nous ne devons rien lâcher !

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          All 78 child hostages released in Cameroon, two teachers held      Cache   Translate Page      
All 78 children and a driver kidnapped in west Cameroon were released on Wednesday, but a principal and one teacher are still being held by the armed men that took them, a priest conducting negotiations said.

          Comment on 2018-2019 Calendar for entrance examination Cameroon institutions of State Universities 2018-2019 academic year. by achu      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Re: White top seeks black guys      Cache   Translate Page      
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          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
Septmeber 2016 515.JPG
Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          Armed men in Cameroon kidnap 79 schoolchildren      Cache   Translate Page      
Armed men in Cameroon kidnap 79 schoolchildren

YAOUNDE − Armed men kidnapped 79 children from a school in western Cameroon on Monday and a local pastor said separatist militias were responsible. The abduction happened before dawn in the city of...


          79 Students Kidnapped by Gunmen in Cameroon Have Been Released, Church Leader Says      Cache   Translate Page      
Two of the three abducted staff members are still being held
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hi hope u are well there
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          79 abducted pupils freed in troubled Cameroon region: Minister      Cache   Translate Page      
Seventy-nine school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country's communications minister told AFP Wednesday.
          Re: LOOKING FOR BLACK TOP MEN      Cache   Translate Page      
hi there call me philippe
am from cameroon in africa
i want to correspond with u
kiss
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          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
Septmeber 2016 515.JPG
Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          for white bottom      Cache   Translate Page      
i m a hot black from cameroon seeking here a ice white for a longterm relationship
          Re: LOOKING FOR BLACK TOP MEN      Cache   Translate Page      
hi there call me philippe
am from cameroon in africa
i want to correspond with u
kiss
wtbe19@ymail.com
          Re: Any stories of sex in CAMEROON ?      Cache   Translate Page      
you got some to share? i had love to hear them. Any tips abt meetingg guys in camer?
          Kidnappers release all 79 students abducted from Cameroon’s restive anglophone region      Cache   Translate Page      
Seventy-nine students abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country's communications minister told AFP Wednesday. Reported by France 24 55 minutes ago.
          79 Students Kidnapped by Gunmen in Cameroon Have Been Released, Church Leader Says      Cache   Translate Page      
Two of the three abducted staff members are still being held
           Analysts See a Bleak Future After Election      Cache   Translate Page      
[Deutsche Welle] Any hopes that oppression of the opposition in Cameroon would be eased after the swearing-in of President Paul Biya on Tuesday were dashed with the arrest of opposition leader Maurice Kamto.
           UN Chief Condemns Student Abductions in North-West Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
[UN News] United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has condemned Monday's reported kidnapping of students and staff from a secondary school in Bamenda, North-West region of Cameroon.
           Statement On the Kidnapping of Pupils in the North-West Region of Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
[EASS] The kidnapping of pupils and staff of a school in Bamenda constitutes a further increase of tension in the North-West and South-West regions of Cameroon. Innocent children are made victims of a conflict for which they are in no way responsible. The European Union calls for them to be freed immediately and without conditions, and expresses its solidarity with the families of the kidnap victims.
           Black Maidens to Face Cameroon Today      Cache   Translate Page      
[Ghanaian Times] The national U-17 female team, the Black Maidens will this afternoon take on fellow World Cup participants, Cadet Lionesses of Cameroon in a final warm-up game at the Sorocaba City Stadium in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
           "You Can Also Make Appointment Via Phone Call or Internet Service"      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] How do you feel being a medical specialist in China?
          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'      Cache   Translate Page      
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
           2018 Presidential Election - SDF Evaluates Performance      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] The National Executive Committee of the Social Democratic Front met in Yaounde, Saturday October 3, 2018.
           Scaling Future Challenges      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] The President of the Republic of Cameroon will be facing a number of situations that must be squarely tackled in the next seven-years.
           In Readiness for D-Day      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] A rehearsal was last Saturday Nov.03 staged at the premises of the National Assembly ahead of the oath-taking ceremony of the President-elect of the Republic of Cameroon.
           Bamenda - Internally Displaced Persons Receive Assistance      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] A team from the Civil Protection department of MINAT, began serving Bamenda-based internally displaced persons with material and food items on November 2, 2018
           Swearing-in Ceremony of His Excellency Paul Biya, President-Elect of the Republic of Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Programme
           CAF Cl - Gambia's Gamtel Facing Cameroon League Champions      Cache   Translate Page      
[Foroyaa] The country's domestic champions Gamtel Football Club have now known their adversaries in the Total Caf Champions League (CL) after being drawn with Coton Sport in the preliminary rounds.
          79 Students Kidnapped by Gunmen in Cameroon Have Been Released, Church Leader Says      Cache   Translate Page      
Two of the three abducted staff members are still being held
           Authorities Must Act Swiftly to Free Kidnapped Schoolchildren      Cache   Translate Page      
[AI London] Following the abduction of at least 70 schoolchildren earlier today in Cameroon's Anglophone region, Samira Daoud, Amnesty International's West and Central Africa Deputy Regional Director, said:
           School Pupils Abducted in Anglophone Northwest      Cache   Translate Page      
[Deutsche Welle] At least 78 Presbyterian secondary school pupils have been kidnapped in an anglophone area of Cameroon. Speculation centers on separatists at odds with President Paul Biya's French-speaking government.
          79 abducted pupils freed in troubled Cameroon region: minister      Cache   Translate Page      
Yaoundé, Cameroon, Nov 7 – Seventy-nine school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country’s communications minister told AFP Wednesday. The kidnappings on Monday were the first such mass abductions seen in Cameroon and coincide with an upsurge of political tensions in the majority French-speaking […]
          Re: Any stories of sex in CAMEROON ?      Cache   Translate Page      
you got some to share? i had love to hear them. Any tips abt meetingg guys in camer?
          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'      Cache   Translate Page      
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
          NYC : Harlem Jazz Series - Gino Sitson Echo Chamber - 11.30.18 07:00 pm - 09:00 pm      Cache   Translate Page      

Award-winning, New York-based vocal virtuoso, Gino Sitson is from Cameroon, Central Africa. He and his siblings were introduced to blues, ja..


          11/7/2018: World: Hunt on for kidnapped kids      Cache   Translate Page      
Armed separatists kidnapped at least 79 students and three staff members from a Presbyterian school in a troubled Englishspeaking region of Cameroon, the governor said yesterday. North West Region Gov. Deben Tchoffo said the students abducted Sunday...
          Kidnapped children released in Cameroon, two teachers held      Cache   Translate Page      
All 79 children and a driver kidnapped in west Cameroon were free on Wednesday, but a principal and one teacher are still being held by the armed men that took them, a priest conducting negotiations said.

          79 kidnapped Cameroon students freed, says church official      Cache   Translate Page      
The 79 school children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but two of the three staff members ...
          Separatists kidnap 79 pupils in Cameroon's restive northwest      Cache   Translate Page      
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          News24.com | Kidnapped schoolchildren freed in troubled Cameroon region: minister      Cache   Translate Page      
At least 79 school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country's communications minister says. Reported by News24 1 hour ago.
          Cameroon: Armed men release 79 kidnapped Bamenda students      Cache   Translate Page      

Cameroon’s information minister, Issa Bakary Tchiroma said on Wednesday that all seventy nine children who had been kidnapped in the English Speaking Northwest region, had been released. “All 79 students were released,”  Tchiroma told AFP. He did not initially specify under what conditions the release was obtained. A principal and one of the teachers of PSS Nkwen School […]

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          Abducted students freed in Cameroon, church official says      Cache   Translate Page      

          Cameroon child hostages released by kidnappers      Cache   Translate Page      
All 78 children, abducted in the country's Anglophone region, released but principal and a teacher are still being held.
          All 78 child hostages, driver released in Cameroon, 2 teachers held by armed men      Cache   Translate Page      

Read Full Article at RT.com
          79 abducted pupils released in Cameroon, says church...      Cache   Translate Page      
YAOUNDE, Cameroon (AP) - A church official in Cameroon says that the 79 students kidnapped by unidentified gunmen have been released, but two of the three...
          Road closures and tight security in Sandton ahead of Africa Investment Forum - The South African      Cache   Translate Page      

The South African

Road closures and tight security in Sandton ahead of Africa Investment Forum
The South African
The summit, which kicks off at the Sandton Convention Centre, in Johannesburg, is being attended by President Cyril Ramaphosa, African Heads of State such as Angola's Joao Lourenco, Benin's Patrice Talon, Cameroon's Paul Biya, Kenya's Uhuru Kenyatta ...
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          79 kidnapped Cameroon students freed, says church official      Cache   Translate Page      
YAOUNDE, Cameroon (AP) — The 79 school children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but two of the three staff members abducted are still being held, said a church official."They were brought...
          79 abducted school pupils freed in troubled Cameroon region: Minister      Cache   Translate Page      
Seventy-nine school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country's communications minister told AFP.
          A question about the listening      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi there; I am listening a podcast from the British Broadcasting Corporation. Here is the source : https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06qz703 From the 22:20 (22th minute, 20th second) the Cameroonian president says ---Quote--- They must know...
          Cameroon kidnap: All 79 pupils and a driver seized from boarding school freed, say negotiators      Cache   Translate Page      
All 79 children and a driver kidnapped from a boarding school in Cameroon by a militia have been released, negotiators announced today.
          WESCO, CHARLES TRUMAN      Cache   Translate Page      
CHARLES TRUMAN WESCO, 44, of Cameroon, Africa, formerly of Warsaw, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. Arrangements...
          Re: White top seeks black guys      Cache   Translate Page      
hi hope u are well there
can we dial ? i'm from cameroon
kiss
          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
Septmeber 2016 515.JPG
Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          for white bottom      Cache   Translate Page      
i m a hot black from cameroon seeking here a ice white for a longterm relationship
          Re: LOOKING FOR BLACK TOP MEN      Cache   Translate Page      
hi there call me philippe
am from cameroon in africa
i want to correspond with u
kiss
wtbe19@ymail.com
          UN chief condemns students’ abduction in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      

United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, has condemned Monday’s reported kidnapping of students and staff of a secondary school in Bamenda, North-West region of Cameroon. Guterres called for their immediate release and return to their homes and families, in a statement by his spokesperson, Stéphane Dujarric. “There can be no justification for these crimes against civilians, […]

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          Re: Any stories of sex in CAMEROON ?      Cache   Translate Page      
you got some to share? i had love to hear them. Any tips abt meetingg guys in camer?
          Armed men release 78 child hostages in Cameroon, two teachers held – Priest      Cache   Translate Page      
A principal and one teacher are still being held.

The post Armed men release 78 child hostages in Cameroon, two teachers held – Priest appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria. Reported by Premium Times Nigeria 13 minutes ago.
          Cameroon Students Have Been Released, Officials Say      Cache   Translate Page      
While the circumstances of the mass kidnapping remain unclear, more than 70 teenagers were returned to their school by masked men. Reported by NYTimes.com 25 minutes ago.
          Cameroon: President Promises Defeat of Terrorism      Cache   Translate Page      
[VOA] Cameroon's President Paul Biya, the second longest serving African president at 36 years in power, has been inaugurated for another seven-year mandate. In his speech, Biya promised to defeat terrorism in the country but made no mention of 82 people kidnapped Monday in Cameroon's restive ... Reported by allAfrica.com 1 hour ago.
          Kidnappers release 79 school students in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
School children kidnapped by gunmen have been released in Cameroon. Reported by SBS 2 hours ago.
          Vehicle Movement Suspended In Region Where 79 Kids Were Kidnapped      Cache   Translate Page      
On Tuesday CNN reported that Cameroon's northwest authorities suspended the movement of all non-emergency vehicles in the area where they say 79 schoolchildren were abducted. According to local authorities, the restrictions began Tuesday in some districts in Bamenda to facilitate search and rescue operations for the abducted children, according to local authorities. On Monday, the army deployed military police to search for the children abducted from the Presbyterian Secondary School.
          Armed men kidnap 79 children in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
Cameroon's army is searching for 79 children kindapped from a school in western Cameroon on Monday, and has said Anglophone separatists are likely to blame. David Doyle reports
          Armed separatists claim responsibility for mass kidnapping in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      

          Cameroon school abduction: Major search operation launched      Cache   Translate Page      
The search is on after armed men kidnapped dozens of children and their school principal.
          Over 70 schoolchildren kidnapped in Cameroon along with three supervisors      Cache   Translate Page      
Over 70 schoolchildren have been kidnapped in Cameroon along with three adults, including their headteacher. The local governor has blamed it on separatist English militias, but no group has taken responsibility yet. In a country still divided along colonial lines, it's a fresh reason for conflict.
          79 Students Kidnapped From Boarding School In Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
On Monday, a local government official told CNN that Armed men have kidnapped 79 children from a boarding school in Cameroon's Northwest region. A spokesman for Cameroon's Northwest government, said the men entered the Presbyterian Secondary School in Bamenda, overwhelmed the guard and forced him to take them to the sleeping children. The spokesman said the men took off with the children on foot and that the Cameroonian army, police and military police are looking for the children.
          At least 78 students kidnapped in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      

          Cameroon's Election Crisis Stressing A Nation On The Brink      Cache   Translate Page      
Cameroonian President Paul Biya's win in a contested election is a blow to the nation's efforts to end an insurgency in the Anglophone region.
          Cameroon Election Crisis Spells Trouble for Brewing Conflict      Cache   Translate Page      
Cameroonian President Paul Biya's win in a contested election is a blow to the nation's efforts to end an insurgency in the Anglophone region.
          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'      Cache   Translate Page      
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
          Cameroon students freed after kidnapping      Cache   Translate Page      
All 78 children kidnapped from their boarding school in Cameroon have been freed, school authorities told CNN Wednesday.
          Cameroon child hostages released by kidnappers      Cache   Translate Page      
All 78 children, abducted in the country's Anglophone region, released but principal and a teacher are still being held.
          Cameroon leader tells rebels to lay down arms after kidnappings      Cache   Translate Page      
Assailants abducted 79 children, their principal, and a driver from a Christian school in Bamenda in Northwest Region.
          Cameroon Students Have Been Released, Officials Say      Cache   Translate Page      
While the circumstances of the mass kidnapping remain unclear, more than 70 teenagers were returned to their school by masked men.
           President Promises Defeat of Terrorism      Cache   Translate Page      
[VOA] Cameroon's President Paul Biya, the second longest serving African president at 36 years in power, has been inaugurated for another seven-year mandate. In his speech, Biya promised to defeat terrorism in the country but made no mention of 82 people kidnapped Monday in Cameroon's restive Anglophone region.
           President Paul Biya Has Taken Oath of Office      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] The ceremony took place at the National Assembly in Yaounde this morning
           Free Cameroon's Kidnapped School Children      Cache   Translate Page      
[HRW] Just before dawn on Monday, November 5, unknown gunmen abducted around 79 school children from dormitories at Presbyterian Secondary School Nkwen in Bamenda, a town in Cameroon's Anglophone North-West region. This horrific kidnapping is the latest escalation in the country's spiraling violence.
          Ghana’s Black Maidens lose to Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
Ghana’s Black Maidens lost 2-1 to Cameroon in their second friendly game in Brazil.
          Africans fall for satirical article      Cache   Translate Page      
So this satirical article was posted on the website 24jours.com and a bunch of media outlets across Africa thought it was real.

"A student, over a period of 2 years, infected more than 630 African migrants with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) for saying she was "avenging" Africans for illegally immigrating to her country.
Nicoline, claims to have infected several young Cameroonians, Ivorians, students and other personalities of African countries. According to the unconfirmed report, his goal was to infect at least 2,000 migrants with the AIDS virus.
His vengeance was met with a big shock and a big condemnation on social media. Her new goal, according to her, is to infect at least 2,000 African migrants before 2020.
"I know I have nothing to do in this world, I'm waiting for my death," she says. Curiously, she kept a list of all the names of the migrants, with whom she has slept to this day without protection, and infected with the viruse. She admits having already infected more than 400 young African between 20 and 25 years.
She says she does not stop until all those who are illegal in her country are infected with the virus. She said every day she went to one of the many migrant camps to convince an African to sleep with her.
<< Many migrants have trouble going out with white girls. Some have been in France for 2 years and have never slept with a girl. It's a pleasure for them to see a beautiful girl like me tell them that I want to make love. they immediately become excited and unprotected, they follow me in my apartment >> she said
The number of women migrants who have been tested for HIV has increased by 100% after making this shocking confession."

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          79 kidnapped Cameroon students freed, says church official      Cache   Translate Page      

Two of the three staff members abducted are still being held.

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Two of the three staff members abducted are still being held.

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          Cameroon: 78 Child Hostages Released, Two Teachers Held      Cache   Translate Page      

\ All 78 children and a driver kidnapped in southwest Cameroon were released on Wednesday, but a principal and one teacher are still being held by the armed men that took them, a priest conducting negotiations said. Seventy-eight children and the driver have been released. The principal and one teacher are still with the kidnappers. […]

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          Cameroon school kidnap: 78 students freed two days after being abducted by armed men      Cache   Translate Page      
Two teachers still held captive
          Cameroon school kidnap: Armed men abduct 78 students in Bamenda, local officials say      Cache   Translate Page      
Principal also taken by suspected members of violent separatist group
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The 79 school children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but they "look tired and psychologically tortured", says a church official. Reported by News24 32 minutes ago.
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[Cameroon], Nov 07 (ANI): Seventy-eight children and a driver, kidnapped in west Cameroon's Bamenda, were on Wednesday released by their captors, although the school's principal and a teacher are still being held hostage.

"Praise God 78 children and the driver have been released. The principal and one teacher are still with the kidnappers. Let us keep praying," Samuel Fonki, a minister of Cameroon's Presbyterian Church was quoted by Al Jazeera as saying.

Fonki had earlier stated that 79 children were kidnapped, however, clarified later that among the group one was a teacher.

A video of the abducted children was uploaded by the 'Amba boys' on social media, referring to the separatist groups who want to establish the state of Ambazonia in the country's north-west and south-west regions, Al Jazeera cited the Associated Press as reporting.

The students could be seen being forced to reveal their and their parents' names in the video. The abducted children, in the video, informed that the 'Amba boys' had kidnapped them, although they were unsure of where they were held.

Fonki and the Cameroonian military had blamed Anglophone separatists for the abduction, although a spokesperson for the group refuted the allegations.

After his election victory last month, extending his 36-year term, President Paul Biya in his inauguration speech had warned the separatists to either cease violence or face the law, saying that they will be given no quarter by the government. (ANI)


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A principal and one teacher are still being held.

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“There can be no justification for these crimes against civilians, particularly minors."

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-- The Acid One cigar is cloaked in a Cameroon wrapper that has been cask cured for 90 days. This sweet wrapper leaf, along with robust filler tobaccos and a special infusion of 5 red wines make this a smoke to remember. Wanna take it all the way? Pair this opulent stogie with a big glass of Cabernet and a hefty steak dinner.Truly in a league of its own, Acid One is a non-aromatic cigar that delivers its rich bouquet of flavors through a spot-on 5 x 54 Torpedo vitola with a pigtail head.
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Dozens freed after being taken by separatists but principal and teacher still missing

Dozens of pupils kidnapped from a Presbyterian boarding school in Cameroon three days ago have been released, according to school and church authorities.

About 79 children were taken from their dormitories by armed men on Sunday night. Witnesses described being beaten, slapped and lectured on the living conditions at the school, before the attackers left with the principal, a teacher, a driver and the students. The principal and the teacher are apparently still missing.

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          To build human capital, we need more and better-targeted investments in health – The GFF provides an innovative path      Cache   Translate Page      
 
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© Dominic Chavez/Global Financing Facility

[[tweetable]]​When countries invest in people—particularly young people—they're investing in the future and giving the next generation an opportunity to achieve their dreams.[[/tweetable]] 

 But every year, in countries across the world, too many dreams are cut short: more than 5 million mothers and children die from preventable causes. [[tweetable]]Globally, nearly a quarter of children under 5 are malnourished and 260 million are not in school.[[/tweetable]]

In this age of rapidly advancing technology, where there is a growing demand for complex cognitive skills and problem-solving, this crisis should be a wake-up call. 

[[tweetable]]With half of the world’s population still lacking access to basic health services, we urgently need more and better financing for health, especially in developing countries where health and nutrition needs are greatest.[[/tweetable]]  

This is why we launched the Global Financing Facility (GFF) in support of Every Woman, Every Child in 2015 with the United Nations, Canada, Norway, and other partners. 

The GFF works with countries to transform how they invest in the health of their people. It works in three ways:

1) It helps governments build one vision and one plan to meet the health and nutrition needs of the country’s women, children and adolescents—of those who have been left furthest behind. The plan involves a range of partners, including civil society, health experts, multilateral and bilateral partners, private sector, and many others. It focuses on high-impact areas such as family planning, nutrition, maternal and newborn health. .

2) The GFF then works with countries to mobilize and coordinate financing behind the plan—bringing together increased domestic resources, bilateral financing, World Bank financing and the private sector—while increasing the efficiency and impact of investments. It focuses on filling the gaps to ensure women and children can access the basic health services they need to survive and thrive. The approach has a focus on results, ensuring the money invested provides a strong return on investment, which we measure in lives saved and improved.

3) The GFF also explores innovative ways to leverage and increase financing over the long term so countries can build and sustain primary health systems. These innovative financing mechanisms include loan buy-downs and funding packages when the money is invested in health and nutrition. To date, $482 million of GFF Trust Fund financing has been linked to $3.4 billion in World Bank financing, which is beginning to deliver health and nutrition outcomes. The GFF also collaborates with the private sector to deliver better results rapidly,, especially in fragile settings. 

For example, in the northeast of Nigeria, where there has been long-lasting conflict and basic health services are lacking, the GFF partnership is helping to re-establish maternal, newborn and child health and nutrition services. By linking financing to results, local governments are making rapid progress, including increasing births attended by midwives from an estimated 5 percent coverage to 40 percent. 

Like Nigeria, Cameroon is working with the GFF to increase its investment in health and nutrition. Cameroon is increasing its health budget allocation to the primary and secondary levels from a baseline of 8 percent in 2017 to 20 percent by 2020, which is leading to great progress. Family planning visits are surging, and many more women are going to their antenatal appointments.

And in Indonesia, the World Bank is supporting the government’s impressive effort to drastically reduce stunting, using a grass-roots approach employing community workers to deliver health, nutrition, water and sanitation, and early childhood education services to mothers and children. As part of the health plan, the GFF also provided a grant to look at the quality implementation and results of this program, including identifying the highest-priority investments, improving coordination, looking at scaling up the use of disruptive technology, and supporting financing reforms to improve efficiency and transparency.

At the World Bank, we recently launched the Human Capital Index, which is changing the conversation about human capital and accelerating more and better investments in people. We see platforms like the GFF as critical tools to help countries invest more, and more effectively, in their people.

On November 6, the World Bank will co-host the replenishment of the GFF in Oslo alongside the Governments of Norway and Burkina Faso and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The GFF’s replenishment event is a critical milestone that will enable the GFF to expand from 27 countries to as many as 50 countries with the greatest health and nutrition needs. This has the potential to contribute to saving as many as 35 million lives by 2030. 

[[tweetable]]With millions of children growing up without adequate nutrition and health care, and mothers still dying from pregnancy and birth-related complications, there is no time to lose.[[/tweetable]] 

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          Cameroon children freed after kidnapping      Cache   Translate Page      
All 78 children kidnapped from their boarding school in Cameroon have been freed, school authorities told CNN Wednesday.

          US Missionary Shot to Death in Front of His Wife, Son      Cache   Translate Page      

An American missionary was shot to death this week in Cameroon while riding in the car with his wife and son.

Charles Wesco of Indiana was out to shop when two bullets struck him through the windshield, according to Dave Halyaman, assistant pastor at Believers Baptist Church in Warsaw, Indiana.

The bullets knocked Wesco unconscious, and doctors were unable to revive him at the hospital.

Believers Baptist Church "is grieving greatly the murder of Charles Wesco, but we are also trusting God that he has a purpose in all of this," Halyaman says.

Halyaman says officials are unsure who shot the missionary. According to The Washington Post, the area is strife with violence.

Unrest broke out in that region in late 2016 over complaints that the Anglophone community was being marginalized by Cameroon's central government, which is largely controlled by French speakers. The country is bilingual, but Francophones have historically held more governmental power than English speakers. Security forces stifled peaceful protests in the Anglophone regions, and an armed separatist movement emerged. Around 400 civilians have been killed in violence in the country's two Anglophone regions. Tens of thousands have fled the country as refugees and others are now internally displaced.

According to the Indy Star:

Military spokesman Col. Didier Badjeck told the AP the military killed at least four suspects in Wesco's death and arrested many others. He did not specify if the people detained were military personnel or separatists.

Cameroon's military said last week after launching attacks on suspected separatist training grounds that "many have been killed." The attacks happened the day after President Paul Biya was declared the winner of a seventh term.

The increased violence began after the government clamped down on demonstrations by English-speaking teachers and lawyers protesting what they called their marginalization by Cameroon's French-speaking majority.

Armed factions emerged after the government crackdown and have been using violence to push for an independent state they call "Ambazonia."

Protests against the 85-year-old Biya's Oct. 7 re-election have been ongoing.

Wesco and his wife, Stephanie, had just moved to the African nation about two weeks ago.

"He was really wound up about everything. He was really excited about everything and well, he is a hard worker," says Rebecca Wesco, Wesco's mother.

Wesco's brother. Tim, is a Republican representative for the state of Indiana.

Tim says, "He loved the Lord. He loved people. The Lord giveth. The Lord taketh away. Blessed be the name of the Lord."

"My husband already prayed for his killer," Rebecca says. "Charles would want us to do that, he would."

In a prayer letter dated September/October, the family writes:

"We are humbled to be here representing Christ on your behalf, and we trust that you are upholding us before the Lord in prayer regularly! Your continued prayers are vital, if we are to be successful in bringing the gospel to this dark place!"

The Wescos' testimony is available here.


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          Biya needs to devise a monumental shift if Cameroon is to turn the corner      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - The Conversation) Cameroon's Constitutional Council has declared Paul Biya the winner of the October 7 presidential election. Even though observers from organisations suc...
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Kidnappers freed scores of school children and a driver in west Cameroon early on Wednesday, but kept hold of a principal and one teacher, officials said.

          Kidnappers release 78 children taken in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
Nearly 80 children who were kidnapped from a boarding school in Cameroon have been set free, authorities said.
          90 kidnapped pupils freed in troubled Cameroon region      Cache   Translate Page      
Ninety children kidnapped at a school in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, officials said on Wednesday, revealing that in addition to 79 students whose abduction had already been announced, 11 schoolmates were seized last week.
          Podcast: Does Democracy Work for Africa?      Cache   Translate Page      

Speaking to RFI’s Christina Okello for a brand new documentary, DiA’s Professor Nic Cheeseman explains why even in the countries where elections are frequently manipulated and controversial not holding elections would be worse. Allegations of vote rigging have mired elections in both Zimbabwe and Cameroon, and risk overshadowing upcoming polls in the Democratic Republic of […]

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Seventy nine school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country’s communications minister told AFP on Wednesday. “All 79 students have been released,” said Issa Bakary Tchiroma, without giving details of the circumstances under which they were set free. The kidnappings on Monday were the […]
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A Presbyterian church official in Cameroon says 79 students who were abducted from their school along with their principal have been released. The students were kidnapped Monday from the town of Bamenda, located in the restive northwest region, where armed English-speaking militants have been fighting for independence from the French-speaking government.  Reuters puts the number of kidnapped children at 78, saying it learned from a Presbyterian minister that an abductee who was believed to be a student is in fact a teacher who remained with the kidnappers. The principal also remains captive. In a video of the children released on social media, the abductors identified themselves as "Amba boys," a reference to the self-declared English-speaking region of Ambazonia where armed separatists are fighting for independence. They initially said the children can return to school only when they have achieved their dream of independence.  Conflicts began in the English-speaking northwest and southwest regions of Cameroon in 2016, when teachers and lawyers complained of discrimination in education and the justice system by the French-speaking majority.
          Dozens kidnapped from Cameroon school amid secessionist conflict      Cache   Translate Page      

On Monday, at least 79 students and staff members were discovered missing from a school in Cameroon and now human rights officials are condemning the kidnapping and demanding answers, ABC News reports. READ MORE: Stacey Abrams refuses to concede hotly contested Georgia governor race: “Votes remain to be counted” “It is rather unfortunate that this is happening, […]

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          79 abducted pupils freed in troubled Cameroon region: minister      Cache   Translate Page      
Seventy-nine school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country's communications minister told AFP Wednesday.
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Two of the three staff members abducted are still being held.
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Students and staff were taken from a Presbyterian school in Bamenda, Cameroon.
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The students and three staff members were taken from the Presbyterian Secondary School Nkwen in Bamenda.
          Episode 57: The Identity of the Traveler      Cache   Translate Page      
Joyce Ashuntantang talks about her experiences as a traveler and a poet, from her childhood Cameroon to her years studying in Great Britain and the United States. Ashuntantang is a professor of English at Hillyer College, University of Hartford. She is the author of many scholarly and creative texts, including Beautiful Fire, published this year […]
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Cameroon persuade European Under-19 Championship winner Jeando Fuchs to commit his international future to the Indomitable Lions.
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All 78 children kidnapped from their boarding school in Cameroon have been freed, school authorities told CNN Wednesday.

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YAOUNDE, Cameroon (AP) — The 79 school children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but two of the three staff members abducted are still being held, said a church official. “They were brought last night to one of our churches … near Bamenda (the ...
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Seventy-eight students kidnapped from a boarding school in Cameroon earlier this week have been freed, according to reports. The students, all boys aged between 10 and 14, were taken from a Presbyterian school in an English speaking area on Monday, where...
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Seventy-nine school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country's communications minister told AFP Wednesday.
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Armed separatists kidnapped at least 79 students and three staff members from a Presbyterian school in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon, the governor said Monday. Two of the staff remain in captivity.
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Seventy-nine school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country’s communications minister told AFP Wednesday.KidnapThe
          82 students, staff abducted from Christian school in Cameroon (Fides)      Cache   Translate Page      
The students were kidnapped by separatists in the context of the nation’s Anglophone Crisis.
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The 79 students and three others were seized early on Sunday in the region's capital, Bamenda.
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All 78 children kidnapped from their boarding school in Cameroon have been freed, school authorities told CNN Wednesday.
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YAOUNDE, Cameroon — The 79 school children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but two of the three staff members abducted are still being held, said a church official. “They were brought last night to one of our churches … near Bamenda (the regional capital). They look tired and […]
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The 79 school children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but two of the three staff members abducted are still being held ...
          Arnaud Djoum makes Cameroon return for Morocco clash      Cache   Translate Page      
Hearts of Midlothian midfielder Arnaud Djoum has been named in Cameroon's squad for the Indomitable Lions' Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Morocco on November 16. The 29-year-old returns for the first time since appearing in last year's World Cup qualifiers after being summoned by new coach Clarence Seedorf. Djoum recovered from a six-month injury layoff in August, and will also be a part of the squad that face Brazil in England four days after their showdown with the Atlas Lions. While...
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Kidnappers freed scores of school children and a driver in west Cameroon early on Wednesday, but kept hold of a principal and one teacher, officials said.

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ARTEIXO, Spain, November 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- http://www.zara.com/ww Zara's global women's men's and kids' collections will be available online for the first time to customers in Angola, Cameroon, Congo, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Madagascar,...


          An overlooked giant: Useful and abundant, African 'Zam' palm newly described for science      Cache   Translate Page      
It might have been it's extremely large size, or maybe confusion with a similar species, that has previously discouraged botanists from collecting and describing a fairly common palm, now named Raphia zamiana. Locally known and widely used in Cameroon and Gabon, the ''Zam'' has now been officially described in the open access journal PhytoKeys, alongside a less common Gabonese endemic species from the same genus and already possibly endangere
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A negotiator says $4,400 was handed over to resolve an earlier abduction
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When I was young we had a politically incorrect character from Frito Lay that was in a lot of their commercials. He was the Frito Bandito. He was a bumbling thief with a Hispanic accent trying to steal Fritos. He had a large buddy with him who was apparently much brighter than he was except for the fact that he was following the Frito Bandito around. In one "episode" the Bandito tried to break into the Fritos factory only to find himself, through a series of errors, piled in a heap outside the door with aches and pains but no Fritos. The last lines of the commercial went like this.

Bandito: "That didn't go like I planned it."

Sidekick: "You planned this?"

Perhaps you heard about the tragic death of Charles Wesco, a missionary from Indiana to Cameroon. The family moved their 12 days before his death. Charles was in a car with his wife and son and another missionary who was driving. They were caught in crossfire between two forces. Two bullets went through the windshield and killed Wesco. No one else in the car was injured. Charles's brother, Timothy, believes they were targeted as "white, English-speaking Americans." The government believes it was random, a case of wrong place, wrong time. What we want to know is "Why?" Why would God allow this? How does this kind of thing happen? Couldn't God have prevented it?

We don't get the answer to the "Why" question. That's God's pervue, and generally speaking He doesn't share that with us. But the rest we can know. God allows "bad things" to happen even to His own dear children for a good reason (Gen 50:20). No, let me shorten that. God allows "bad things" to happen even to His own dear children for good. How can we be sure of that? Scripture tells us that God planned the worst of all possible "bad things" for a good outcome.
Truly in this city there were gathered together against Your holy servant Jesus, whom You anointed, both Herod and Pontius Pilate, along with the Gentiles and the peoples of Israel, to do whatever Your hand and Your plan had predestined to take place." (Acts 4:27-28)
That ultimate bad was the murder of His Son. That genuine good was the salvation of His people. The text tells us that the leadership and the people were doing not merely what they planned, but "whatever Your hand and Your plan had predestined to take place." Not always pleasant, but always good.

The murder of this father on the mission field to serve the Lord is sad and tragic, but if it is true that "God causes all things to work together for good for those who are called according to his purpose" (Rom 8:28), then this sad tragedy is for good. We can weep with those who weep and still rejoice that God will bring good out of it, a pre-planned good that cannot fail to be accomplished. The same is true for every event in our lives.

We might be tempted to ask, "You planned this?" Consider the alternative. Is God either unable to protect those He wishes to protect or just unwilling, or both? Or ... is Scripture absolutely right about God working all things according to the purpose of His will? You choose which you think is right. I find far more comfort in the latter.
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YAOUNDE, Cameroon — The 79 school children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but two of the three staff members abducted are still being held, said a church official. “They were brought last night to one of our churches … near Bamenda (the regional capital). They look tired and psychologically tortured,” said the moderator of the country’s Presbyterian Church, Fonki Samuel Forba. The students are between 11 and 17 years old. He pleaded with […]
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[This Day] Students kidnapped from a boarding school in Cameroon's North-West region have been freed, officials have said. The 79 students and three others were seized early on Sunday in the region's capital, Bamenda.
          ULTIMATUM AMÉRICAIN AU RÉGIME BIYA:COMMUNIQUÉ DU 6 NOVEMBRE 2018 DU DÉPARTEMENT D'ÉTAT      Cache   Translate Page      
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LES ÉTATS-UNIS S'INQUIÈTENT DE LA MONTÉE DE LA VIOLENCE AU CAMEROUN

Déclaration de presse
Heather Nauert
Porte-parole du département d'État
Washington DC
6 novembre 2018
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Les États-Unis condamnent avec la plus grande fermeté l'enlèvement d'étudiants et de membres du personnel de l'école secondaire presbytérienne de Nkwen près de Bamenda, au Cameroun, le 5 novembre. Nous appelons au retour immédiat et en toute sécurité de ces étudiants et de leur personnel dans leur famille. Les États-Unis expriment leur grave préoccupation face à la crise anglophone bourgeonnante dans les régions du nord-ouest et du sud-ouest du Cameroun. Nous demandons qu'il soit immédiatement mis fin aux attaques aveugles dirigées contre les civils et aux incendies des maisons par les forces gouvernementales camerounaises, ainsi qu'aux attaques perpétrées par les séparatistes anglophones contre les forces de sécurité et les civils. Les intimidations systématiques fondées sur l'appartenance ethnique et religieuse, notamment à Yaoundé et à Douala, doivent cesser. À la mémoire du missionnaire américain Charles Wesco et de tous ceux qui ont perdu la vie dans la crise anglophone, nous exhortons toutes les parties à mettre fin à la violence et à entamer un dialogue de réconciliation généralisé sans conditions préalables.
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U.S. CONCERNED OVER VIOLENCE UPTICK IN CAMEROON
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Press Statement
Heather Nauert
Department Spokesperson
Washington, DC
November 6, 2018
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The United States condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the November 5 kidnapping of students and staff from the Presbyterian Secondary School of Nkwen near Bamenda, Cameroon. We call for the immediate and safe return of these students and staff to their families. The United States expresses grave concern over the burgeoning Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon’s Northwest and Southwest regions. We urge an immediate halt to the indiscriminate targeting of civilians and burning of houses by Cameroonian government forces and to attacks perpetrated by both Anglophone separatists against security forces and civilians. The systematic intimidation based on ethnic and religious affiliation, including in Yaoundé and Douala, must stop. In memory of American missionary Charles Wesco and all others who have lost their lives in the Anglophone Crisis, we urge all sides to end the violence and enter into broad-based reconciliatory dialogue without preconditions.
https://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2018/11/287178.htm

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          Charles Truman Wesco      Cache   Translate Page      
Charles Truman Wesco went home to be with His Lord and Savior while serving the Lord as a missionary in Cameroon, Africa on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018, at the age of 44.  Mr Wesco was formerly of Warsaw. Charles Truman Wesco was the firstborn of ten children, son Read More
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[Cameroon Tribune] Recommandation faite par la Commission économique pour l'Afrique qui lançait hier à Yaoundé, le profil 2018 sur la transformation structurelle du Cameroun.
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[Cameroon Tribune] Les recrutements concernant les corps des affaires sociales, de la santé publique, des enseignements entre autres, ont été lancés le 25 octobre dernier.
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[Cameroon Tribune] Désormais, plus besoin de se réunir. Les contributions se font via le service mobile money des opérateurs de téléphonie mobile ou par virement bancaire.
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[Cameroon Tribune] Le désir maintes fois exprimé par les Camerounaises et les Camerounais d'être mieux associés à la gestion de leurs affaires locales trouvera une solution durable au cours du septennat 2018-2025, dans le cadre de l'accélération du processus de décentralisation en cours. Le président de la République s'y est engagé hier dans son discours de prestation de serment à l'Assemblé nationale.
          79 kidnapped Cameroon students freed, says church official      Cache   Translate Page      

The 79 school children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but two of the three staff members abducted are still being held, said the moderator of the country's Presbyterian Church, Fonki Samuel Forba

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[Cameroon Tribune] The group is now complete as they prepare to leave for Abidjan where they will continue training.
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[Cameroon Tribune] The nation hits the road this morning running. After an electoral process spanning through weeks, the swearing in ceremony of the President - elect yesterday triggered the beginning of a new mandate of greater opportunities. The turf appears familiar but the content and context, though challenging, ushers reassuring balms. In a landmark speech shortly after taking the «I do so swear»oath, President Paul Biya set the stage of a new electoral mandate, defined the contours and streamlined the cont
          Cameroon: Swearing-in Ceremony - Effervescence Envelops Biya's Passage      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Like in other spots, hundreds of residents lined up on both sides of the road along the John Paul II Avenue to wish the Head of State well and manifest their support.
          Cameroon: Conviviality At State House Dinner      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] A sumptuous common meal last evening crowned a colourful oath-taking by President Paul Biya, as he begins another seven-year term at the helm of Cameroon.
          Cameroon: Unity Palace Esplanade - Mounting Anxiety Satisfied      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Thousands of Cameroonians who thronged the venue cheered President Paul Biya and Wife Chantal on their way to and from the National Assembly and danced in celebration.
          Cameroon: Armed Men Release 78 Child Hostages in Cameroon, 2 Teachers Held - Priest      Cache   Translate Page      
[Daily Trust] Armed men on Wednesday released 78 children and a driver kidnapped in west Cameroon but a principal and one teacher are still being held , a priest conducting negotiations said. The group was abducted in Bamenda, a commercial hub of Cameroon's restive English-speaking region, on Monday.
          82 students, staff abducted from Christian school in Cameroon (Fides)      Cache   Translate Page      
The students were kidnapped by separatists in the context of the nation’s Anglophone Crisis.
          Opinion: Cameroon's opposition parties must bury their differences      Cache   Translate Page      
Paul Biya has been sworn into office for the seventh time as Cameroon's president. He is putting his own interests above those of the country, says historian Ndifor Richard.
          79 Kidnapped Christian School Students Freed in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
The 79 school children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but two of the three staff members abducted are still being held, said a church official.
          Cameroon children freed after kidnapping      Cache   Translate Page      
Seventy-eight children kidnapped from their boarding school in Cameroon have been freed, school authorities told CNN Wednesday.
           Former Portsmouth striker Vincent Pericard reveals the text that ruined his career       Cache   Translate Page      
The Cameroon-born striker joined Juventus in 2000 from Saint Etienne only to be shipped out to Portsmouth on loan two years later, after texting the vice-chairman's girlfriend.
          Dinukot na 79 mga bata at driver sa Cameroon, pinalaya na      Cache   Translate Page      
  Africa — Pinalaya na ang 79 na mga bata kabilang ang driver na binihag sa west Cameroon noong Lunes sa Bamenda. Pero nananatili pa ring bihag ng mga armadong lalaki ang principal at isang […]
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President has claimed triumph in elections but Democrats hold House of Representatives. Can the two sides now work together, as they'll have to in order to pass new legislation ? Also, we look at some of the new faces who've emerged in US politics after the mid-terms, gunmen in Cameroon have released over 70 schoolboys whom they'd kidnapped, and who is responsible for the widespread fires on Cape Town's trains ?
          79 abducted pupils freed in troubled Cameroon region: minister      Cache   Translate Page      
The kidnappings on Monday were the first such mass abductions seen in Cameroon and coincide with an
          11/7/2018: WORLD: Seventy-nine kidnapped in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
GUNMEN kidnapped 79 school students on Monday in an English-speaking region of Cameroon where separatists are fighting an armed campaign for independence, security and government sources said. The abductions, the worst incident so far in 13 months of...
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Kidnappers freed scores of school children and a driver in west Cameroon early on Wednesday, but kept hold of a principal and one teacher, officials said, following an abduction blamed on anglophone separatists.
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DAKAR, Senegal — Dozens of students kidnapped from a boarding school in a restive region of Cameroon were freed late Tuesday after being held hostage for about two days, according to local and military officials. The circumstances of the mass kidnapping were mired in confusion, but more than 70 teenage students were dropped off at […]
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          79 kidnapped Cameroon students freed, says church official      Cache   Translate Page      
YAOUNDE, Cameroon (AP) — The 79 students kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from a school in Cameroon have been released, but two of the three staff members abducted with them are still being held, a church official said Wednesday.The students, aged b
          Dozens of kidnapped kids are freed in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      

Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Nov. 7, 2018 / 1:39 PM GMT By Reuters BAMENDA, Cameroon — Dozens of children kidnapped by armed men in Cameroon have been freed, a priest conducting the negotiations said Wednesday. Although all 79 children […]

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          Principal and teacher still held captive after 78 schoolchildren freed in Cameroon, officials say      Cache   Translate Page      
Seventy-eight school children kidnapped from their boarding school northwest of Cameroon have been freed, school authorities told CNN Thursday.

          An overlooked giant: Useful and abundant, African 'Zam' palm newly described for science      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Cameroon abduction: 78 children and a driver released, two teachers still held captive      Cache   Translate Page      
Separatist rebels in the Anglophone Bamenda region and the country’s Francophone government have blamed each other for the kidnapping.
          11/7/2018: NEWS: Kidnappers ‘free 79 pupils seized from their school’      Cache   Translate Page      
ALL 79 children and a driver kidnapped from a boarding school in Cameroon by a militia have been released, negotiators announced today. Meditators were still trying to free a principal and one teacher who were also snatched and taken into the bush two...
          Cameroon kidnap: Joy as freed students returned to parents      Cache   Translate Page      
There were emotional scenes as the kidnapped Cameroonian schoolchildren arrived back at their school.
          Scores of child hostages released in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
Kidnappers have released scores of children abducted from a school in Bamenda, west Cameroon early this week. But two teachers and two children are still missing.

          Students Kidnapped In Cameroon Are Freed, But Questions Remain      Cache   Translate Page      
The students were released at another school 12 miles away. A principal and teacher reportedly remain captive. Tensions in Cameroon have heightened as an Anglophone separatist movement has taken root.
          79 Presbyterian Schoolchildren Returned After Being Kidnapped in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
Seventy-nine children who were kidnapped from a school in Cameroon on Sunday have now been returned, but Presbyterian Church officials say they appear […]
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The Cameroon-born striker joined Juventus in 2000 from Saint Etienne only to be shipped out to Portsmouth on loan two years later, after texting the vice-chairman's girlfriend.
          Scores of child hostages released in Cameroon      Cache   Translate Page      
Kidnappers have released scores of children abducted from a school in Bamenda, west Cameroon early this week. But two teachers and two children are still missing.

          Students Kidnapped In Cameroon Are Freed, But Questions Remain      Cache   Translate Page      
The students were released at another school 12 miles away. A principal and teacher reportedly remain captive. Tensions in Cameroon have heightened as an Anglophone separatist movement has taken root.
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Seventy-nine school children and one driver who were kidnapped in a private school in Cameroon's troubled Anglophone region of Northwest have been released, a government minister said Wednesday.

   "All the children have been released. The school driver has also been released," Issa Tchiroma Bakary, minister of communication and government spokesman, told Xinhua.

   "But the school principal and one teacher are still in captivity," he added.

   According to Cameroon's army spokesman, Colonel Didier Badjeck, the 80 hostages were freed early Wednesday morning after a military operation in Bafut, a locality on the outskirt of Bamenda, capital of the Northwest Region.

     "Since yesterday (Tuesday), terrorists (armed separatists) were located based on intelligence and telephone conversations. The Defense and Security Forces quickly defined the search area. After several reconnaissance involving large means of surveillance including air, the probability zone of the hiding place was specified on the Presbyterian secondary school of Bafut. The area was sealed off and in light of this pressure, the terrorists released the children." Badjeck told Xinhua Wednesday by e-mail.

   The children will be reunited with their parents later today, Tchiroma said.

   The children and teachers were kidnapped on late Sunday in Northwest, one of the war-torn English-speaking regions of Cameroon.

   Armed separatists seeking independence of the two Anglophone regions of Northwest and Southwest in Cameroon have been clashing with government forces since October last year. They have ordered the closure of schools in the regions. Local authorities said the separatists have burned more than 100 schools that insisted on operating.

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          Abducted pupils freed in troubled Cameroon region: minister      Cache   Translate Page      
YAOUNDE. – Seventy-nine school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country’s communications minister told AFP Wednesday. The kidnappings on Monday were the first such mass abductions seen in Cameroon and coincide with an upsurge of political tensions in the majority French-speaking country. “All 79 […]
          AFRICA: Cameroon kidnap: Army searches for 79 pupils seized in Bamenda      Cache   Translate Page      
YAOUNDE. - An army search operation is under way in Cameroon to rescue dozens of people kidnapped from a boarding school.
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YAOUNDE. - Cameroon's 85-year-old President Paul Biya was sworn in on Tuesday for a seventh term after disputed elections and amid mounting unrest in an English-speaking region.
          An overlooked giant: Useful and abundant, African 'Zam' palm newly described for science      Cache   Translate Page      
It might have been it's extremely large size, or maybe confusion with a similar species, that has previously discouraged botanists from collecting and describing a fairly common palm, now named Raphia zamiana. Locally known and widely used in Cameroon and Gabon, the "Zam" has now been officially described in the open access journal PhytoKeys, alongside a less common Gabonese endemic species from the same genus and already possibly endangere
          79 kidnapped Cameroon students freed, says church official      Cache   Translate Page      
Armed separatists kidnapped at least 79 students and three staff members from a Presbyterian school in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon, the governor said Monday. Two of the staff remain in captivity.
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Ajax Amsterdam goalkeeper Andre Onana went from villain to hero as the Dutch side drew 1-1 at Benfica on Wednesday, gifting the hosts the lead before making a brilliant save with the last kick of the game to rescue a point. Jonas put Benfica ahead after a double mistake by the 22-year-old Cameroon keeper but Dusan Tadic levelled for the visitors in the second half of the Group E game. The draw left Ajax on the brink of reaching the round of 16 for the first time since the 2005/06 season. The Dutch...
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