Human Rights Watch has reacted to a video that emerged in May 2019 showing separatists torturing a man over claims that he sells “contraband” drinks. The man was kidnapped, beaten, and burned in an abandoned school by armed men fighting for the independence of a country they call...
Le ministre camerounais de l’Administration territoriale, a mis en doute la crédibilité d’International Crisis Group et de Human Rights Watch, insistant sur le fait qu’ils doivent tourner la page et s’éloigner de leur dossier très douteux.
Atanga Nji Paul, Cameroon’s Minister of Territorial Administration has put to question the credibility of the International Crisis Group and Human Rights Watch, insisting that they must turn a new leaf and depart from their very doubtful record.
Prospects for talks between authorities and separatist movements to end escalating violence in Cameroon’s English-speaking region are slim, a senior human rights official said, dismissing assertions by both sides to be open to dialogue.