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Eye operation draws life into focus for young refugee

UNHCR 25 Feb 2021
After living with impaired vision for much of his six years, Aziaya recalls the exact moment the world swam back into view ... When he fled Cameroon three years ago, he could hardly distinguish light from darkness. Living with cataracts that left him visually impaired, his stepsister, 39-year-old Onal, had to carry him through the forests to safety.
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Democratic Gains in Central African Republic Must Be Preserved by Completing Electoral Process, Peace Operations Chief Tells Security Council

Reliefweb 25 Feb 2021
However, still other convoys remain blocked at the border with Cameroon due to the insecurity ... “We live in ... The attacks by the Coalition of Patriots for Change, and the blocking of the main road between Bangui and Cameroon, impact the lives of civilians and are unacceptable.
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The Tripartite Commission Meeting for the voluntary repatriation of Nigerian refugees in Cameroon - Maroua, 10 February 2021 - Final Joint Communiqué

Reliefweb 23 Feb 2021
Following the invitation of Cameroon Government dated 02 February 2021, the Tripartite Commission for the Voluntary Repatriation of Nigerian refugees living in Cameroon met on 10th February 2021 in Maroua to discuss the modalities for the implementation of the voluntary repatriation.
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Cameroon Says Female Circumcision Resurfacing Because of COVID-19, Other Crises

Voa News 07 Feb 2021
Rights groups in Cameroon marked the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation Saturday by protesting the resurgence of the practice, also known as FGM ... At least 100 women Saturday visited the Briqueterie and Tsinga neighborhoods in Cameroon’s capital, Yaoundé, where they say female genital mutilation, or FGM, is resurging.
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Cameroon: Nine Killed in Army Attack

Human Rights 04 Feb 2021
(Nairobi) – Army soldiers killed at least nine civilians in Cameroon’s Anglophone South-West region, on January 10, 2021, Human Rights Watch said today ... Over the past four years, Cameroon’s Anglophone regions have been embroiled in a deadly cycle of violence that has claimed over 3,500 lives and forced more than 700,000 people from their homes.
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The origin of AIDS revealed? First person ever infected with HIV was a starving World ...

The Daily Mail 30 Jan 2021
AIDS has claimed more than 33million lives and its causative agent, the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), has thus far proved impossible to find a vaccine for ... The normal population of the entire South-East region of Cameroon in the 1920s was around 4,000, living off cassava, other crops and bushmeat.
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Mali, Cameroon qualify as Zimbabwe player subbed after 149 seconds

BE Soccer 24 Jan 2021
Mali and hosts Cameroon secured African Nations Championship quarter-finals places and a Zimbabwe player was substituted 149 seconds into the first half as Group A ended Sunday ... The misses proved costly as Cameroon shed initial nerves and matched Burkina Faso throughout a lively second half.
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Defenders turn scorers as Cameroon, Mali edge nearer last eight

BE Soccer 20 Jan 2021
In a dramatic start to the top-of-the-table Group A clash in Yaounde centre-back Banga put hosts Cameroon ahead and Mali right-back Issaka Samake levelled with only 12 minutes gone ... A lively clash between Cameroon and Mali would have produced more than two goals but for excellent goalkeeping from Haschou Kerrido and Mali captain Djigui Diarra.
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Defenders turn scorers as Cameroon, Mali grab wins

Supersport 20 Jan 2021
</p>A lively clash between Cameroon and Mali would have produced more than two goals but for excellent goalkeeping from Haschou Kerrido and Mali captain Djigui Diarra. </p>Banga headed Cameroon in front on six minutes with his second goal of the tournament and Samake ...
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Defenders turn scorers as Cameroon, Mali close in on quarters

Supersport 20 Jan 2021
</p>A lively clash between Cameroon and Mali would have produced more than two goals but for excellent goalkeeping from Haschou Kerrido and Mali captain Djigui Diarra. </p>Banga headed Cameroon in front on six minutes with his second goal of the tournament and Samake ...
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UN peacekeepers retake control of CAR city from armed rebels

Press TV 17 Jan 2021
The spokesman said that the rebels abandoned their positions following a UN ultimatum on Friday ... Since 2014, 82 members of MINUSCA have lost their lives during their mission in CAR. The former European colony is landlocked between Cameroon, Chad, Sudan, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of the Congo ... www.presstv.ir ... .
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Molotov starts its international expansion with seven African countries

Crunch 13 Jan 2021
First, the service will be available in seven African countries, starting with Ivory Coast where it’s already live, Senegal in January, Cameroon in February, Burkina Faso in March, Tunisia in April, Guinea and Democratic Republic of Congo after that.
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