Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Celebrations in Cameroon after Afcon win

There have been celebrations across Cameroon after the country's football team won the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon), coming from behind to beat Egypt...

UN tells DR Congo to protect refugees after deadly shooting

The United Nations refugee agency has called upon the Democratic Republic of Congo’s government to protect refugees and asylum seekers after Congolese soldiers shot...

Cameroon opposition leader jailed for 25 years

Leading rights group Amnesty International has condemned the decision of a military court in Cameroon to sentence an opposition leader to 25 years in...

Why is America Sending Troops to the DRC for “Expected Protests” and not to...

The United States of America has deployed troops to Gabon in anticipation of violent protests in the Democratic Republic of Congo. France,...

Catholic Church says it knows DRC poll outcome, urges truth

Democratic Republic of Congo’s influential Roman Catholic Church said on Thursday that it knew who had won the country’s presidential elections and...

WHO ships first batch of Ebola vaccine to DR Congo

The World Health Organization has sent the first 4,000 doses of an Ebola vaccine to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Officials hope the vaccine,...

Rare African Mukula Tree Threatened by Excessive Chinese Appetite for Rosewood Furniture

Increasing demand for Rosewood furniture in China is threatening the survival of Mukula tree, a rare, slow-growing hardwood tree unique to southern and central...

Cameroon Police, Army Move to Block Anglophone Protests

BUEA/BAMENDA, CAMEROON —  Cameroon deployed heavily armed police and soldiers across the central African nation's restless English-speaking regions on Sunday to block protests called...

Cameroon president deploys army to Anglophone regions to face off secessionists

Cameroonian President Paul Biya has dispatched the military to the South West and North West Regions of the country ahead of independence day on...

Teachers’ Strike in Anglophone Cameroon Nears 11-Month Mark

YAOUNDE — The teachers' strike in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions is coming up on 11 months with no end in sight, though the government...

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Chris Brown Cleared Of Rape Allegations, Released Without Charge In Paris

US singer Chris Brown has been released without charge in Paris after being questioned on suspicion of rape, French police say.

Uebert Angel breaks rank, condemns violence in Zimbabwe…. makes call for peace

By Staff Reporter Spirit Embassy: GoodNews Church founder Uebert Angel has made an impassioned call for peace in Zimbabwe...

Nelson Chamisa: We call for an immediate end to the crackdown and terror in...

Below is the 6 part statement issued by Chamisa on his tweeter handle. 1/6: We continue to mourn our...