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Vol 59 No 9

Published 4th May 2018


Language barriers

More than 100 civilians, at least 43 members of the security forces and an unknown number of armed militants have reportedly died since Cameroon's Anglophone crisis turned violent in November 2017. An estimated 34,000 English-speaking refugees have fled from western parts of the country into Nigeria. A new report by the International Crisis Group (ICG) suggests that the Catholic Church could act as a potential mediator and provide a way out of the impasse.

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