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African Masterpieces With the Grace of Kings
A show of royal crests from Cameroon brings you face to face (and soul to soul) with African sculpture.
As Trump Rages About Immigrants, They Go to the Ivy League
Three American sisters born in Cameroon can articulate the American ethos better than our president.
In Nigeria and Cameroon, Secessionist Movements Gain Momentum
Calls for independence from regions in both countries are growing in the wake of violent crackdowns from security forces that have killed supporters.
Amnesty International Accuses Cameroon of Torturing Suspects
More than 100 people have been tortured by Cameroonâ€™s security forces after being accused of having links to the extremist group Boko Haram, the human rights group reported.
Germany and Chile Advance to Confederations Cup Semifinals
Germany gained a 3-1 victory against a Cameroon side that was reduced to 10 men after further confusion with video replays.
Three Thousand Miles From the Western Front
France and Britain waged war against Germany far from northern Europe, successfully wresting its African colony of Kamerun, now Cameroon.
Cameroonian Siblings Find a New Interest (Tennis) in a New Land
The four Ntongas have shown a remarkable aptitude for tennis after stumbling upon the Leeds Center and New York Junior Tennis and Learning.
African Nations Increasingly Silence Internet to Stem Protests
Governments facing opposition in sub-Saharan Africa call internet blackouts a security measure, but crippled communications are taking a toll on their economies.
A Bilingual Cameroon Teeters After English Speakers Protest Treatment
Demonstrations against the government, which is dominated by French speakers, have led to arrests and at times to violence.
Cameroon Defeats Egypt to Win Africa Cup of Nations
Cameroon, which had eight players withdraw before the tournament, won, 2-1, on a late goal by the substitute Vincent Aboubakar.
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