The International Crisis Group has just published a report on March 4, 2020. The said report is concerned with the situation in north-west and south-west Cameroon during the period of February 2020.
International Crisis Group has just released a report on Cameroon.
 “In the English-speaking regions, the military has launched raids on communities suspected of hosting separatists, who have left more than 50 civilians dead, informs the non-governmental organization in its report
published on its site this March 4, 2020.
According to this report, “the soldiers supported by the Fulani militia, on February 14, would have killed 23 civilians in the village of Ngarbuh”, we read in said report.
“The government declares that this unfortunate accident is caused by an explosion during clashes with separatists when the United Nations, the European Union and the United States have requested an independent
investigation,” said the NGO.
 International Crisis Group, also writes in this note that the clashes between the army and the separatists from 3 to 5 February 2020 left 5 people dead in Bamali, a locality in northwest Cameroon.

“In the Southwest, the separatists opened fire on a vehicle, killing a civilian in the village of Ekombe on February 3.

On February 20, the secessionists also killed a truck driver in the town of Muyuka.

Soldiers killed three civilians in Ikata village on February 3, six suspected separatists were killed in Bakebe village on February 6, and at least three civilians were reportedly killed in Bakundu village on February 20,

“continued International Crisis.

The organization’s report also takes a look at the situation in Far North Cameroon, plagued by the Islamic sect Boko Haram.

We then learn that in February 2020, the army neutralized three fighters of this sect.

 

Source: Actu Cameroun

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