Violence spurred by the linguistic split has brought the Central African country to the brink of civil war.
A view of Douala, a major port city, where many displaced English-speaking Cameroonians have fled to.
A view of Dschang, a city near the English-speaking southwest region, where English speakers were still living in fear of reprisal from the government.
Cameroonian President Paul Biya, now in his mid-80s, has been in power since 1982.
Opposition politician Felix Tshisekedi spoke with The Post in October 2018 about his relationship with President Joseph Kabila. He went on to be declared the winner of Congo’s contested presidential election in January.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo gave a speech rebuking former president Barack Obama’s Middle East policy at the American University in Cairo on Jan. 10.
At least 220 people were killed after a tsunami hit Indonesia on Dec. 22. While the tsuanmi’s cause was unclear, experts said an underwater landslide may have been the trigger.
After President Trump said he would withdraw all U.S. troops from Syria, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Dec. 21 he would delay operations against Kurdish forces in Syria.
National Security adviser John Bolton laid out Dec. 13 the Trump administration’s new strategy to counter the ‘predatory practices’ of China and Russia in Africa.
The scenes were unthinkable only months ago.