Thursday, 13 December 2018

US Demands Immediate End To Violence, Talks In Cameroon

The United States demanded an immediate end to violence in Cameroon on Thursday and a speedy start to talks between the government and Anglophone separatists without preconditions.


U.S. deputy ambassador Jonathan Cohen told the Security Council that security and humanitarian conditions in Cameroon's English-speaking North West and South West regions "have significantly deteriorated."

October was the most violent month on record in recent years — and November is likely to surpass it, he said.
US Demands Immediate End To Violence, Talks In Cameroon
Hundreds have been killed in Cameroon's English-speaking regions in months of fighting between the military and separatists who claim they are marginalized in the largely French-speaking country.

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