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Kidnappings multiply in Cameroon's restive anglophone region
Kidnappings are proliferating in Cameroon's violence-torn English-speaking region, where officials, foreigners and locals alike are finding themselves targeted for abduction. Since anglophone separatists declared independence last October, dozens of people have gone missing -- on average, a fresh case is reported by the local media every week. "At least 50 people have keen kidnapped," Felix Agbor Ngonkho, of the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa, told AFP. Many more abductions are probably not…
by afp, JusticeInfo.Net
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