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AFCON 2017: Gabon draw with Burkina Faso
19 Jan 2017
Africa Cup of Nations hosts Gabon are again held to a 1-1 draw by Burkina Faso in Libreville. Qualification for the quarter-finals will now be decided in the last round of group games on Sunday.
Cameroon's English-speaking minority angry over perceived domination of French language
2 Jan 2017
High tensions, demonstrations, deadly clashes with riot police - all because of language. It's happening in the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon.
Business booms as Boko-Haram hit trade routes resume
31 Dec 2016
Nigeria has reopened two important trade routes which had been closed for years because of attacks by Boko Haram.
Women's Africa Cup Of Nations: Nigeria beat Cameroon 1-0 to win trophy
4 Dec 2016
AWCON 2016: Omagbemi confirms Falcons' readiness for Cameroon
2 Dec 2016
Two female bombers thwarted in north Cameroon
25 Nov 2016
Two female bombers are thwarted as they try to stage a double suicide attack in Cameroon's Far North, with one blowing herself up and the second shot dead by troops, security sources say.
Cameroon train crash death toll tops 70
23 Oct 2016
The death toll in a derailment in Cameroon rises to at least 70, with hundreds injured.
Rigobert Song suffers cerebral attack
3 Oct 2016
Cameroon’s former captain and footballer Rigobert Song has been hospitalised after suffering from cerebral aneurysm.
Fight Against Insurgency: Adeosun says MJTF working together to ensure peace
25 Sep 2016
Missing Nigeria 'Chibok' girl reportedly found
18 May 2016
One of the more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls missing for more than two years since their kidnapping by Boko Haram militants has reportedly been found alive near the Cameroon border.
Footage shows moment soccer player Ekeng collapses on pitch
7 May 2016
Cameroonian soccer player Patrick Ekeng died on Friday evening after collapsing during a match whilst playing for Romanian side Dinamo Bucharest.
The war against Boko Haram's suicide bombers in Cameroon
7 Mar 2016