Cameroon Separatists Attack Buses in English Speaking Region

Cameroon says it has deployed additional troops to Bamenda several hours after armed separatists blocked access into and out of the northwestern English speaking town, attacking buses and passengers. At least 20 passenger buses are still lined up at Akum, a village 10 Kilometers from Bamenda, the capital of the Cameroon's English speaking northwest region. Some of the buses that were traveling to the French speaking cities of Yaounde and Douala have been burned and others damaged. The Cameroon military has accompanied some travelers who were chased from the buses...


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Published By: VOA Africa - Sunday, 9 September

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