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UN’s Bachelet warns Cameroon risks further descent into violence

By Reuters
10 March 2019   |   5:00 pm
Cameroon may fall further into violence if the government does not stop hate speech by politicians and heavy-handed tactics by security forces, the U.N. human rights chief said on Wednesday.

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