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UPC: the historic party convenes conference
The managing team of the Union of the peoples of Cameroon UPC has organized a press conference in Douala.
Cameroon: Profit-Making Businesses for Holiday Makers
It is holiday time, another occasion for grown-up holiday makers to gather pocket money for the 2014/2015 school year.
Minimum wage: Unionists ask for adequate compensation
This job was assigned to the National Labour Committee. The Committee is expected to discuss, listen and make proposals based on the recent text signed by the head of state.
Ridgefield man awaits word on missing brother
Bill, 59, a retired National Parks Service pilot, had just flown cross-country from Northern California to Danbury Municipal Airport and wanted to grab lunch.
CAR's Seleka rebels reinstate leader
The Central African Republic's former president has been reinstated as head of one of the rebel groups in the country, according to a spokesperson.
Escalating violence in Central African Republic threatens aid delivery - " UN agency
Malnutrition and diseases have plagued women and children who have trekked for months to escape the escalating violence in Central African Republic into neighbouring Cameroon.
Fuel Price Increase: important updates
The increase in the salary of state workers is effective from July 7th 2014. Discussions concerning an increase in Cameroon's minimum wage, presently is 28000frs are currently ongoing.
Cameroon: Four Projects Interest Chinese Investors
The Chief Executive Officer of the Regional Division of Africa of the Chinese company, CITIC Construction Company Co.
Ebola deaths in West Africa rise to 467
A federal judge in Kentucky has struck down the state's ban on same-sex couples getting licenses and marrying in the state.
Dangote to halt cement imports into Cameroon with $140m investment
The Dangote Group has so far sunk $140 million into its cement grinding plant in the Cameroonian economic capital city, Douala.
Cameroon searches for missing US pilot
Pilot Bill Fitzpatrick reported to the control tower at Douala, Cameroon on Sunday night that he was approaching the city, but the aircraft did not land, said non-profit African Parks, which is based in Johannesburg and manages seven national parks in six countries.