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Harvests of the nation's once-blooming cash crop have hit an all-time low with of more than 50 percent slump from the previous year.
The 5 per cent salary increase for civil servants decreed by the Head of State on July 7, 2014 as part of measures to cushion the effects of fuel price increase is costing the State an additional FCFA 2.5 billion per month.
Cholera has been endemic in Douala since 1971. Most outbreaks start from Bepanda, an overcrowded neighbourhood with poor hygiene and sanitary conditions.
President Paul Biya on Tuesday dismissed two senior army officers in Cameroon's far north following Boko Haram attacks in which at least seven people were killed and the wife of a senior official was kidnapped.
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Nigerian fans hold a banner against Boko Haram during their 2014 World Cup Group F soccer match agaisnt Bosnia at the Pantanal arena in Cuiaba June 21, 2014.
About 4 million doses of injectable Artesunate, a new malaria treatment shall be supplied in Cameroon from 2014 to 2017 by a non-governmental organisation known as Clinton Health Access Initiative.
Quebec's recent anti-corruption legislation has made it tough and expensive for the city of Montreal to repair the sidewalk along a 500-metre stretch of St-Antoine St. W. Quebec's Integrity in Public Contracts Act forced the city to go to public tenders three times for the same sidewalk and lighting contract starting in 2012 before it finally ... (more)
Since the completion of work on the Cameroon-Chad pipeline in 2004, an optical fibre backbone facility now exists in Cameroon with the possibility of some 12 landing points or terminals.
David, 14, transports gallons of palm oil for his father in Penja, in Cameroon's Littoral region.
YAOUNDE, 24 July 2014 - Nigerian radical Islamist group Boko Haram's free-wheeling ruthlessness is increasingly troubling the remote Far North Region of Cameroon, which has seen several attacks in recent months, with foreigners also abducted for ransom.
"The inability of a state party to carry out the expulsion of an individual does not justify detention," says the Human Rights Working Group.
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