Europe

Macron Administration Receives Key Letter On One Major Preoccupation In Cameroon.

Macron Administration Receives Key Letter On One Major Preoccupation In Cameroon.

By Beltha Mokube – Sunday March 17, 2019. Jean-Yves Le Drian, French Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs, Picture by Ludovic Marin, AFP  The administration of Emmanuel Macron has received a letter from a key member of the French Parliament detailing a worry on a situation in the Central African country of Cameroon, National Telegraph has gathered. In the letter …

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World Trade Organization Confirms Paul Biya’s Cameroon Is Suspended.

World Trade Organization Confirms Paul Biya’s Cameroon Is Suspended.

By Eric Tataw – Monday March 11, 2019. Roberto Carvalho de Azevêdo is Director-General of the World Trade Organization since September 1, 2013. Cameroon has been a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) since December 13, 1995, and has now received a big blow from the organization, National Telegraph has learned. The World Trade Organization is an intergovernmental organization that …

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US, German Cardinals Write, Criticize Pope Eve Of Crucial Meeting In Rome.

US, German Cardinals Write, Criticize Pope Eve Of Crucial Meeting In Rome.

By Beltha Mokube – Wednesday February 20, 2019 Pope Francis is pictured during his general audience in Paul VI hall at the Vatican Feb. 13. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) Pope Francis, head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of Vatican City State, has been criticized by two Catholic Cardinals. Cardinals Brandmüller and Burke had this criticism to the Pope in an …

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UN Agenda To Discuss Cameroon, Kazakhstan, Three Others Published.

UN Agenda To Discuss Cameroon, Kazakhstan, Three Others Published.

By Eric Tataw – Saturday February 16, 2019. The UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights meets this Monday The United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights has on Friday, February 15, 2019, published notice in line with reviewing Bulgaria, Cameroon, Estonia, Kazakhstan, and Mauritius, National Telegraph has gathered. According to the notice, the UN Committee on …

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France Snobs Cameroon, Validates Another Pro-Kamto Protest In Paris.

By Eric Tataw – Friday February 1, 2019. Document signed by Paris Police authorizing Demonstration against Paul Biya Authorities in Paris, capital of France have gone ahead to receive and validate a declaration of protest by activists in Paris said to be loyal to Cameroon’s detained opposition political leader, Prof Maurice Kamto. The protest that is scheduled for Saturday, February …

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European Union Steps In After Cameroon’s Death Penalty Charge On Kamto.

European Union Steps In After Cameroon’s Death Penalty Charge On Kamto.

By Eric Tataw with files from Brussels, Belgium, Friday, February 1, 2019. Maja Kocijancic – EU Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. The European Union has issued a statement calling on the Cameroon Government to take appropriate steps in solving the political crisis that erupted a few days ago in the French-speaking Regions of the country. According to a …

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Jean-Yves Le Drian, Wang Yi Hold Crucial Meeting!

By Juliette Simbong in Paris Jean-Yves Le Drian and Wang Yi, French and Chinese Foreign Ministers French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Jean-Yves Le Drian has held talks with Wang Yi, Chinese State Councilor and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Thursday January 24, 2019. France and China have been in diplomatic relations for at least 55years since France recognized the People’s Republic of China, January …

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After Humiliating Defeat On Brexit, May Returns To Parliament Today.

By Emmanuel Ekembe in London Theresa May – British Prime Minister UK Members of Parliament (MPs) are expected to return in session, Wednesday January 16, 2019 as from 1900 GMT. Today’s session has been scheduled opposition tabled a vote of No Confidence in the government, a thing that many pundits hold, could trigger a general election. MPs voted, Tuesday January …

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