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Hugo Broos guided Cameroon to Africa Cup of Nations success in Gabon earlier this year.
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Cameroon Hopes Of Qualifying For World Cup Over After 4-0 Defeat To Nigeria

Hugo Broos admitted that Cameroon's 2018 World Cup qualification hopes are all but over following their 4-0 defeat...

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2019 AFCON – Cameroon, Gets Ready

Cameroon's bid to host the 2019 AFCON, the biggest football event in the continent has kept football fans...

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Cameroon – Chad Railway Project Kicks Off, As Both Sides Signs Aide-Momoire

The Government of Cameroon and that of Chad have signed an aide-memoire with the African Development Bank (AfDB)...

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About 40 Cameroonian Military Drown Off Atlantic Coast

YAOUNDE — More than 34 Cameroonian military men heading to Bakassi Peninsula has been declared missing by the...

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South Cameroon Freedom Fighters Merge And Becomes A Formidable Force

Recently, southern Cameroon Freedom fighters who has been pressuring the Cameroonian Government and the United Nation to grant...

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Cameroon – Grown Up School Girls Who Have Reached Puberty Stripped N***d In School

Pictures of school girls who have reached the age of puberty allegedly from a School in Baham, Western...

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Cameroon – Nigerian Government Mute Over The Killing Of 97 Of It’s Citizen By Cameroonian Gemdarmes In Bakassi Peninsula

At least 97 Nigerians have been killed by Cameroon gendarmes in part of Bakassi Peninsula ceded to the...

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Cameroon – Anglophone Crisis In Schools In North West And South West Synod Clerk Intervenes

The Synod Clerk of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, PCC, Rev Babila Fochang says that the Church as...

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Cameroon Faces Three Boko Haram Attacks In 24 Hours

Suspected Boko Haram militants launched three attacks in northern Cameroon within 24 hours, including a thwarted suicide strike...

Heavy Protest In Bamenda Cameroon By Anglophone Teachers And Lawyers

Bamenda - A group of Anglophone lawyers took to the streets earlier this week to protest the use...