Armed men attacked a village in northwest Cameroon, a province populated by the English-speaking minority, and killed 22 people mostly children, 9 under the age of 5, and women, one also pregnant. James Nunan, head of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) for the northwestern and southwestern regions of Cameroon, the two provinces devastated by three years of fighting between the army, told AFP. and the separatist rebels.
Cameroon: UN, massacre of women and children in a village
In the northwest, 22 victims. The opposition accuses the army (ANSA)