Reports suggest that the army in Cameroon is shooting, killing and raping civilians in Bamenda. The violence between rebels and government forces is believed to have been triggered by protests by rebels demanding an independent state for the central African nation’s English-speaking minority. BBC News reports that more than half the city’s population of about 400,000 have fled their homes in the last few months, either to safer neighbourhoods or to mainly French-speaking towns and cities unaffected by the conflict. Protests over the increasing use of French in courts and schools in Cameroon’s English-speaking heartlands, the North-West and South-West regions, degenerated into violence in 2017. Watch the video below:
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