‘Atrocities’ committed by all sides in Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis, Amnesty says
05 July 2023 | 1:37 pm
Amnesty International has reported that security forces, separatist rebels and ethnic militiamen – from both side of the country's linguistic divide – have committed "atrocities" in the English-speaking regions of western Cameroon, including executions, torture and rape.
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