UN Force Commander for Central African Republic Mission Dies

The commander of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission More »

Illegal loggers

Illegal loggers arrested

28 Suspects, 5 Chinese Arrested in North Gabon. Gabonese law More »

Bomb blast

Deadly suicide attack rocks northern Cameroon

Suspected Boko Haram bombing kills at least 10 people and More »


Cameroon FA Sacks Indomitable Lions Coach

The head coach of Cameroon’s national senior football team, the More »


Cameroon Musician Gives Afro-pop Music New Twist

A newcomer in Cameroon’s emerging Afro-pop music industry, named Azingeh, More »


Cameroon Mourns Pilgrims in Mecca Deaths

Cameroon has observed a national day of mourning for 76 More »

US soldiers

Obama deploys military to Cameroon for Boko Haram mission

Washington (AFP) – US President Barack Obama will deploy up More »


Cameroon Media Regulator Insists Afrique Media Suspension Still Valid

The decision suspending the Pan-African television channel, Afrique Media, from broadcasting More »

Finally, Nigerian Troops Bombard Sambisa Forest


As part of measures to contain and quell the Boko Haram insurgency, the military has stormed the insurgents in Sambisa Forest, their notorious hideout, according to reports from the Hausa service of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The director of defence information, Maj-Gen Chris Olukolade, told the agency that the military had been raiding the

Extremists attack biggest city in northeast Nigeria


MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — Nigerian troops Sunday repelled Islamic extremists who attacked from four fronts on Maiduguri, the biggest city in northeast Nigeria, with several civilians killed by aerial bombs and grenades and mortar shells on the ground. Soldiers said hundreds of insurgents died. Terrified residents fled homes shaking from five hours of heavy artillery

Touching Photo Of A Nigerian Soldier Praying Before Battle With Boko Haram

Nigeria Soldier

Check out this photo of a Nigerian soldier embarking on a prayer before a battle with Boko Haram These are men born with the heart of a lion. They know death is imminent but still go ahead and stare at it in the face. God is just a prayer away! Linda Ikeji

Police recruitment – How to register online


To carry out the online registration, it’s fairly simple. Click on this link: https://www.dgsn-cm.org/concours2014 or type it on your browser. Then choose your preferred language from the right hand corner. Then click on the level you wish to go in for the exam, follow the instructions and fill the form. There are four pages to

Misaje Post Master Flees With FCFA 26.7 Million


The act was discovered on January 14, 2015, following the unexplained prolonged absence of Fohoue Teutcheche I Jean Samuel. Gendarmes in the border town of Misaje, Donga-Mantung Division of the North West Region, have launched a manhunt for the missing Post Master of the town. The unexplained disappearance of Fohoue Teutcheche I Jean Samuel from

Ivory Coast top; lots for Mali, Guinea


Mali and Guinea face a long night as they await a rare drawing of lots to decide which team goes through to the African Cup of Nations quarterfinals. A 1-1 draw between the teams in Mongomo on Wednesday left them tied in second place in Group D behind the Ivory Coast, who finished top after

Le délégué général à la Sûreté nationale appelle le public à plus de vigilance.


A deux semaines de la date limite de clôture des inscriptions aux concours de la police, des fausses pièces s’amoncellent dans les dossiers de certains candidats. «Des centaines de fiches de renseignement, d’attestations de réussite, des certificats médicaux et d’autres faux documents sont régulièrement détectés lors du dépôt des dossiers ». C’est le contenu d’un

Ape Skulls Dealers Nabbed in Djoum

Ape skulls

Two ape traffickers have been arrested in Djoum, South region for illegal possession and commercialization of gorilla and chimpanzee skulls. They were arrested during a crackdown operation carried out by wildlife officials working in collaboration with the police. The two who are presently behind bars were stopped and searched as they entered the premises of

Cameroon Military Dispels Rumour Of Boko Haram Food Poisoning

BIR Cameroon

The Director of Communication in the Ministry of Defence, cleared the air on Saturday, January 17, 2015. Following persistent SMS phone text messages which have been making the rounds in the country of late of alleged poisoning by the Boko Haram sect of some crops and fruits from northern Cameroon destined for the southern part

Paul Biya Comforts German Freed Hostage


Nitsch Eberhard Robert was received in audience at the State House Saturday, January 24, 2015. It took roughly one hour at the State House last Saturday, January 24, for President Paul Biya to listen to the predicaments of Nitsch Eberhard Robert, the German citizen held hostage for six months in Nigeria by the Nigerian based

17 Illegal Immigrants Apprehended In Kumba


They were arrested as they entered Cameroon through Nigeria on January 21, 2015 illegally. The Commissioner of Kumba Central Police Station, Wilson Njumenjikang, in collaboration with officers of the Special Police Intervention Unit, ESIR, arrested 17 illegal immigrants on January 21, 2015, at Ikiliwindi in Konye Sub-division, a few kilometres from Kumba, the headquarters of

Vie et mort de Françoise Foning

Foning Francoise

Décédée vendredi dernier à Yaoundé, le maire de Douala V, laisse un grand vide sur la scène politique, économique et sociale. On pouvait l’aimer ou pas, une chose est certaine : « Mme Foning » ne laissait personne indifférent. Les réactions à l’annonce de son décès sont ainsi à la dimension de sa personne. Elles

Cameroon: 1,000 hectares of plantain to be developed in the North-West


Business in Cameroon) – In the framework of “Grassfields Rural Infrastructure and Participatory Development Support Programme” financed by the African Development Bank (ADB), the North-West region plans to develop 1,000 hectares of plantain in Widikum. This was recently announced during the official launch of the second phase of the project which aims to provide the

La pression monte contre Boko Haram


La réunion regroupant les ministres des Affaires étrangères et de la Défense de six pays africains (Niger, Guinée équatoriale, Tchad, Nigeria, Cameroun et du Bénin) et des représentants de sept autres Etats (Allemagne, Canada, Chine, Espagne, États-Unis, France, Royaume-Uni) s’est achevée mardi à Niamey au Niger. Le Cameroun était représenté à ces assises par le

Boko Haram Attacks Leave Banks, Schools Shut in Cameroon’s North


Farms are abandoned, banks and schools have closed across towns in northern Cameroon following violent cross-border attacks by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram this month. Life in the north “has been disorganized, distorted,” Cameroon’s Communications Minister, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, said by phone from the capital, Yaounde, on Thursday. “Farmers can’t go to farm, children

Cameroonian Emerging Artists Drop New Single Featuring X- Maleya


A Buea based musical duo, Rythmz have released a new track titled dancia, featuring Cameroon’s prominent musical trio, X-Maleya. The audio track was officially released on Friday, January 16, 2014. The song, recorded in the ebbing hours of 2014 introduces a novelty to musical genres in Cameroon, Afro-Bikossa. Afro-Bikossa is a blend of Afro-pop and

Boko Haram: USA, Russia Pledge Support To Cameroon


The Minister of External Relations granted two separate audiences to the Ambassadors of the United States of America and Russia on Thursday January 15, 2014 in Yaounde. International mobilisation for Cameroon’s struggle against the Nigeria-based criminal sect, Boko Haram, is gaining grounds. The United States of America (USA) as well as the Federation of Russia

Nations Cup 2015: Tournament to begin after build-up concerns


Equatorial Guinea will kick off the Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday, only two months after stepping in as hosts. Original hosts Morocco had asked to postpone the event because of their fears over the spread of the Ebola virus but their plea was rejected by the Confederation of African Football. The opening match of

Cameroon says Chad to send large military contingent to fight Boko Haram

Chad Army

Chad offers Cameroon support in fight against Boko Haram

Chad's president

N’DJAMENA (Reuters) – Chad said on Wednesday it was ready to actively help Cameroon fight Boko Haram militants attacking it from Nigeria, and called on other countries in the region to translate pledges of support into concrete action. Chad’s offer comes days after an appeal by Cameroon’s President Paul Biya for international military help to