Women are being sexually abused by elite Israeli-led army forces in Cameroon—and brutally slaughtered by Anglophone rebels on the other side of the country’s civil conflict.
In Bali, the small Cameroonian town where Dr. Immanuel was born and raised, there is an age-old cultural tradition that female infertility is caused by sex with demons.
In the African city where Trump’s new COVID disinfo doctor became a physician, hospitals report alarming cases of adverse effects from chloroquine.
Washington has cut military assistance because of human-rights abuses, but that may not help the country’s LGBT people.
There are only a handful, but the tale of English-speaking refugees from Cameroon shows some basic truths about migration and exposes some of the fearmongering lies told by Trump.
When an unflinching video of soldiers shooting two women and two little children went viral, the Cameroon government called it ‘fake news.’ In fact, such atrocities are common.
A bid to declare the English-speaking regions of Cameroon independent of the French-speaking central government has been met with ferocious repression.