Voters in Chad head to the polls Sunday for a presidential election in which Idriss Deby is widely expected to
Pope Francis expresses his condolences for the death of Cardinal Christian Tumi, and praises the Cameroonian Archbishop’s defense of democracy and promotion of human rights.
YAOUNDE, CAMEROON – There have been mixed reactions in Cameroon to 88-year-old President Paul Biya’s orders that his party-dominated
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YAOUNDE, CAMEROON – World Radio Day (February 13) was observed in crisis-prone Cameroon, with journalists and other media practitioners calling
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Over the past few decades, Africa has shaped the wealth, foreign policy profile, academic success, and cultural life of America’s major cities. As part of a year-long research project, the CSIS Africa Program profiled the various ties 15 individual U.S. cities have to the continent; veering away from the recurrent themes of doom and gloom…
In a message addressed to the faithful, the Bishops of the Central African Republic (CAR) highlight faith, hard work, dialogue, and patriotism as key elements to steering the conflict-ridden country from its current troubled situation.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres has urged authorities in Cameroon to take steps to prosecute perpetrators behind two recent deadly attacks in the Anglophone provinces of the country, his Spokesperson said on Friday.