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The AmbaCoin is named after the so-called Republic of Ambazonia, a self-declared independent state in Cameroon.

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Nigeria 19 Dec GMT. Air Marshall Alex Badeh shot dead near Abuja as authorities struggle with increase in violence in oil-rich Niger Delta.

A Chinese state-owned company is behind rubber plantations that Cameroon villagers say threaten their livelihoods. Toggle navigation. Cameroon News. Africa Cameroon to hold 'national dialogue' on separatist crisis President Paul Biya also calls on separatists in English-speaking regions to surrender or face military action. Africa Cameroon: Opposition leader's trial condemned.

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Sport 06 Jun GMT The Cameroonian girls who dream of football The first wave of girls are being trained at the West African country's first female football academy. Podcast 12 Apr GMT Cameroon's deadly battle over language Hundreds of people have been killed in the country's Anglophone regions, rights groups say, as the conflict over language continues. Africa 07 Mar GMT Cameroon separatists to face treason charges Leaders of so-called Ambazonia Freedom Fighters to appear in court over several attacks in surge of violence.

Cameroon 01 Feb GMT Cameroon's opposition leader faces rebellion charges Kamto faces eight charges, including sedition, following his arrest after anti-government protests, his lawyer says. Egypt 08 Jan GMT Egypt to replace Cameroon as host of Africa Cup of Nations Cameroon was stripped of hosting rights because of security concerns and the slow pace of preparations. Opinion 27 Dec GMT Three crises we cannot ignore in The international community must brace itself for deepening and largely neglected emergencies in Cameroon's many fault lines by Yuhniwo Ngenge.

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Cameroon 'I would solve Anglophone crisis in first days'. There have also been multiple clashes between the Cameroonian security forces and armed groups over the past year in many places in the North West and South West regions. In the first four months of , clashes between the army and armed separatists were reported in the towns of Bafut, Tubah, Ndu, Widikum, Muyuka and in Lebialem, Momo, Bui and Mezam divisions. Restrictions including night curfews and a ban on public meetings, which were imposed following violent and deadly clashes in , remain in place.

There is a high risk of violent criminality, especially at night. If you decide to travel to, or within, areas of the Anglophone regions where the FCO advise against all travel or all but essential travel, you should consider carefully the risks of travel, monitor developments closely, keep a low profile and minimise your movements. This could affect western interests, as well as places frequented by foreigners. You should remain vigilant and keep up to date with developments via the media and local authorities.

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See Political situation. Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Cameroon, particularly in the Far North region and the eastern border with Central African Republic. Attacks could be indiscriminate, including in places visited by foreigners such as restaurants, bars, markets, hotels, shopping centres and places of worship.

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There have been numerous suicide attacks since , which have resulted in over dead in the Far North region, although since these have been predominately adjacent to the border with Nigeria. Key targets have been large open markets, hotels, parks and sporting venues. There have also been hostages taken and heavy gunfights reported in Babouang and Mbarang in Adamawa region Cameroon. There is a heightened threat of kidnap to western nationals in the north of Cameroon, including in the major cities and along the border between the Far North region and Nigeria.

See Terrorism. There have been reports of criminality including large armed gangs and highway bandits, stopping travellers, taking hostages and demanding payment, particularly in the east of Cameroon, close to the Central African Republic CAR border. There are frequent instances of violence in CAR spilling across the border to Cameroon. See Crime. Nigerian military operations in the states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa in Nigeria could have an impact across the border in Cameroon.


Avoid travelling at night across Cameroon unless absolutely necessary, due to risks from criminality, poor infrastructure and erratic driving. UK health authorities have classified Cameroon as having a risk of Zika virus transmission. For information and advice about the risks associated with Zika virus, visit the National Travel Health Network and Centre website. There are increased reports of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea. Take great care when travelling in coastal waters, including the coastline of Cameroon and the Doula port.

Despite the high crime levels, most visits to Cameroon are trouble-free. Only a few British nationals needed consular assistance in the past year. To help us improve GOV.