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Cameroon elections overshadowed by calls for boycott and violence

By France24
15 February 2020   |   3:11 pm
Cameroon prepares to head to the polls this Sunday but there are calls to boycott the polls as separatist unrest in its North and South West regions continues.Star power in South Africa as tennis greats Roger Federer and Rafael Nadaal battle it out on court for the 6th edition of the Match in Africa. And Africa's answer to the Nobel Science Prize : the Next Einstein Forum. We meet the man who's set up his own award to highlight the often-ignored contributions made by African scientists

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