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Civil war in Cameroon's Anglophone regions has claimed 6,000 lives

While the eyes of the world are on the deadly conflicts in Gaza and Ukraine.
There's another conflict that has been going on for years unnoticed in Africa.
The civil war in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions have claimed the lives of over 6,000 since it flared up seven years ago.

Earlier this year Amnesty International urged Cameroonian authorities to end the violence and thoroughly investigate the killings, acts of torture and other atrocities committed in the region.

However, the Cameroonian government has denied wrongdoing.

South African-based Cameroonian Journalist Hansel Ngala says Journalists from Anglophone regions are also not safe in his home country as they are being targeted.

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