Cameroon's Military Moves In on Separatist-held Villages

Cameroon's military has taken over two villages held hostage by separatists the government says are terrorists. The suspects have been collecting taxes, rendering justice in their law courts and sentencing people who refused collaborating with them to prison time.   Hundreds of people have returned to the Bafia’s market in southwestern Cameroon nearly two months after they fled. Bafia is one of two villages that local government authorities said was occupied by separatists they describe as suspected terrorists.   Enow Basile, 31, says he and about 100 villagers were arrested...


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Published By: VOA Africa - Thursday, 7 December

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