Anglophone crisis looms over Cameroon's presidential election - Al Jazeera

Many Cameroonians sceptical as elections approach - Mail & Guardian

Presidential guard and police officers contain the crowd at the Maroua stadium, Far North Region of Cameroon, during an election rally of Cameroonian President Paul Biya [Alexis Huget/AFP] Bilingual Cameroon, a union of two parts colonised separately by the British and the French, has long had a fragile harmony. In 2016, the fissures grew larger as the Anglophone minority, protesting the imposition of French systems in the courts and schools were attacked, triggering a war between the government and separatists.

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