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Anglophone Cameroon is just 16 percent of the population. But Anglophones, who often feel alienated, say watching the national football team in the World Cup awakens their pride and patriotism.
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Ten children have died as the result of rape between 2012-2013, and the justice system still finds it difficult to prosecute perpetrators, says award-winning journalist Evelyn T. Kpadeh.
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TMP is bringing together 30 journalists in DR Congo to discuss how to cover that country's struggle with poverty, war, and corruption even as government officials harass and imprison reporters.
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In the wake of the massive search for abducted schoolgirls in Nigeria, a similar campaign emerged in Egypt, drawing attention to hundreds of religiously motivated kidnappings there.
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For too long many of us have carried on as if we are engaged in a lesser profession. Journalism and other media work are too important for any practitioner to be a mediocre.
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The Press Union of Liberia President Abdullai Kamara has condemned the arrest and prosecution of Radio host Henry Costa as an act against freedom of speech in Liberia.
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The clerics were abducted from their homes by armed men before dawn on April 5 in the small parish of Techere, in northern Cameroon, according to the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Imeh was cooking in her kitchen in a village in southwestern Cameroon, when suddenly a dog entered the house, leaped up on her chest and bit her. She blamed witchcraft.
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Ethiopian Jew Beejhy Baharny dreamed of starting a new life in Jerusalem, but years of discrimination and prejudice in Israel drove her away.
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Zambian girls report family pressure to stretch their labia minora for 'marital satisfaction.' It is taboo to discuss the practice, and even medical practitioners are reluctant to speak about it
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