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Cameroon-Anglophone crisis: at least four soldiers killed in one week…

by Theophile
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Over the past week, several soldiers have been killed in various attacks attributed to separatist fighters.

In the city of Bamenda alone (North-West region), there is talk of four agents of the defense and security forces killed. According to security sources, a soldier was kidnapped and his body found on January 11 at Nchuobuh Junction, Bamenda 2 district. Also on January 14, another soldier was killed. The circumstances of the death of the other two are unknown.

Last weekend, separatist militiamen also attacked an army post not far from Mamfe Bridge, in Manyu (South-West region). Some sources deny that soldiers were killed, while others announce the death of a man in uniform. Military equipment was also reportedly taken away by the attackers.

On January 14, an attack was reported in Mbengwi (North West region). An army vehicle hit an artisanal mine. The separatists who claimed the attack evoke a dozen deaths. This is not confirmed by the military sources contacted, who nevertheless refrain from communicating a report.

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