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Local and international efforts to decriminalize homosexuality in Cameroon have drawn both support and criticism of foreign meddling from Christians in the country.
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S. Dji, a young Cameroonian entrepreneur, says she is living proof that faith in God alone can cure HIV. Health workers, however, prefer a program of faith plus antiretrovirals.
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Christians in Liberia aim to change the constitution and declare Liberia an officially Christian state.
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The Archbishop Emeritus of Douala, Cardinal Tumi, says with the Biya's 'fraudulent' 6th victory, there have been no trustworthy elections in Cameroon for more than 50 years.
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Religion is sensitive and complicated, especially in this part of the world. How do we cover it without causing misunderstanding or inflaming rivalries?
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In Cameroon, many believe that epilepsy is contagious and caused by witches, and so victims of the disease try to keep it hidden.
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Corruption is so much a part of Cameroon's media that honesty appears criminal.
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For young Cameroonian girls, illegitimate pregnancies mean social and economic devastation, leading them to seek dangerous, illegal abortions from unlicensed sources.
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The number of broadcasters surged following the liberalization of the media, and most operate illegally under a precarious "government tolerance".
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