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Massive protests in English speaking Cameroon while Biya lectures “empty” UN hall

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Massive protests in English speaking Cameroon while Biya lectures “empty” UN hall

Thousands of English speaking Cameroonians have taken to the streets again today September 22, asking for independence from French Cameroon. The massive demonstrations going on currently in many towns and villages of the country's English speaking regions is happening at a time when Cameroon's President, Paul Biya, was speaking at…

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