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June, 2017

  • 28 June

    Victoria Oil & Gas hails double well success in Cameroon – results exceed expectations – Proactive Investors UK

    Proactive Investors UKVictoria Oil & Gas hails double well success in Cameroon - results exceed expectationsProactive Investors UKVictoria Oil & Gas plc (LON:VOG) chief executive Ahmet Dik described as “very positive” the results from two new wells it is drilling at a site outside Cameroon's second city, Douala. La-107 and La-108, next to the existing operation on the Logbaba ...Cameroon: Production at

  • 28 June

    Boko Haram: Cameroon repatriates 887 Nigerian refugees – Premium Times

    Premium TimesBoko Haram: Cameroon repatriates 887 Nigerian refugeesPremium TimesAbout 887 Nigerian refugees from Cameroon on Tuesday arrived in Banki, Borno State following a request from the Cameroonian government to Nigeria to facilitate their return. Hanson Tamfu, the External Relations Officer, United Nations High Commissioner ...887 Nigerian refuges return from CameroonTV360They fled Boko Haram and famine — and then they were forced backWashington PostAs Lake Chad vanishes, seven million people are on the brink of starvation.New RepublicCameroon Concordall 203 news articles »

  • 28 June

    Indomitable Lions Are Back Home

    [Cameroon Tribune] The team arrived at the Nsimalen International Airport in Yaounde yesterday at 2:00 a.m. on board a Turkish Airways flight

  • 28 June

    Nomination De Responsables Dans Certaines Universités d’Etat

    [Cameroon Tribune] Décret N°2017/320 du 27 juin 2017

  • 27 June

    How can Hugo Broos’s Cameroon improve? – Goal.com

    Goal.comHow can Hugo Broos's Cameroon improve?Goal.comCameroon's hopes of building on their continental success at the Confederations Cup in Russia last week ended with a first round elimination, as Hugo Broos's side crashed out of the tournament after taking just one point from their three group-stage ...

  • 27 June

    Dull Cameroon are the champions Africa deserves – Goal.com

    Goal.comDull Cameroon are the champions Africa deservesGoal.comIt is sadly inevitable, and even, to some extent, understandable that Cameroon's lacklustre showing at the Confederations Cup will be held up as a failing on Africa's part. It is, after all, a representative tournament where continents send 'nominees ...Cameroon coach Hugo Broos fumes at performance of referee during 3-1 Confederations Cup loss to GermanyKickOff.comCameroon living on past successes — BroosVanguardStarting XI: Germany v CameroonSoccer LadumaBBC Sport -eNCA -SB Nation -Times of Indiaall 1,227 news articles »

  • 27 June

    Players Remember Marc Vivien Foe As They Leave Russia

    [Nation] Indomitable Lions were playing in the tourney for first time since star midfielder died 14 years ago

  • 27 June

    National Assembly – AFCON 2019, Bilingualism Preoccupy MPs

    [Cameroon Tribune] Prime Minister Philemon Yang on June 23, 2017 answered questions from seven Members of the National Assembly

  • 26 June

    Cameroon coach Hugo Broos fumes at performance of referee during 3-1 Confederations Cup loss to Germany – KickOff.com

    KickOff.comCameroon coach Hugo Broos fumes at performance of referee during 3-1 Confederations Cup loss to GermanyKickOff.comTimo Werner netted twice as Germany set up a semi-final clash against Mexico, but Cameroon were seething at the dismissal of Mabouka, who was initially spared after a case of mistaken identity. The video review system was called upon when Mabouka ...Confederations Cup: Cameroon campaign

  • 26 June

    Hugo Broos says Cameroon are living on past successes – Eyewitness News

    Eyewitness NewsHugo Broos says Cameroon are living on past successesEyewitness NewsSOCHI - Cameroon need to improve their football infrastructure if they want to compete with the world's top teams, coach Hugo Broos said following their Confederations Cup exit. Despite winning the African Nations Cup in February, Broos added that the ...FIFA Confederation Cup: Cameroon Coach 'not surprised' by loss to GermanyPremium TimesEsin: Eagles Must Be Wary Of 'Wounded Lions', CameroonComplete Sports NigeriaWorld Cup qualifier: Cameroon can frustrate Nigeria's ambition – Ex-flying eagles coach, ObuhDaily Post NigeriaDaily Trustall 12 news articles »

  • 26 June

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  • 26 June

    Cameroon Eliminated From Confederations Cup

    [RFI] Cameroon coach Hugo Broos critcized the decision to send off Ernest Mabouka in Sunday's 3-1 defeat to Germany as the video assistant referee (VAR) system again came under scrutiny at the Confederations Cup. In the end, the Cameroon-10 couldn't match the relatively inexperience Germany-11.

  • 26 June

    Cameroon Fails to Progress to Confederations Cup Semis

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  • 25 June

    ‘Germany’s B team are very good’ – Cameroon boss Broos under no illusions – Goal.com

    Goal.com'Germany's B team are very good' - Cameroon boss Broos under no illusionsGoal.comCameroon head coach Hugo Broos thought Germany's squad selection might hand an advantage to his side until he saw the revamped world champions in action at the Confederations Cup. The Indomitable Lions must claim victory over Germany by a ...Cameroon coach Hugo Broos is desperate to find a strikerBBC SportFIFA Confederations Report: Cameroon v Chile 22 June 2017Soccer LadumaCameroon, Australia miss their chance at deeper Confederations Cup runESPN FC (blog)SB Nation -ABC Online -SB Nation -SB Nationall 582 news articles »

  • 25 June

    Confederations Cup result: Germany defeat Cameroon to win Group B as Chile draw with Australia to progress to the … – Daily Mail

    Confederations Cup result: Germany defeat Cameroon to win Group B as Chile draw with Australia to progress to the ...Daily MailThe Confederations Cup action on Sunday saw Germany and Chile progress to the next stage of the competition. Germany overpowered Cameroon with an emphatic 3-1 scoreline, while Chile were held by a resilient Australia in Moscow but advanced ...and more »

  • 25 June

    Windscreen Licences – Reform Yields Fruits

    [Cameroon Tribune] Finance Minister Alamine Ousmane Mey answered questions in the Senate on June 21, 2017 during a question time plenary sitting

  • 25 June

    Refugees Call for Sustainable Solution

    [Cameroon Tribune] Most challenging, they say, are issues of inadequate healthcare, education and feeding

  • 24 June

    Fifa brings forward talks aimed at settling Cameroon’s internal issues – BBC Sport

    BBC SportFifa brings forward talks aimed at settling Cameroon's internal issuesBBC SportFootball's world body Fifa will address the internal problems within the Cameroon football family at a stakeholders meeting in July in Conakry. Fifa has brought forward a reconciliation meeting for Cameroon football stakeholders to 10 July in Guinea, ...

  • 24 June

    Loew wary of Cameroon threat – SuperSport (blog)

    SuperSport (blog)Loew wary of Cameroon threatSuperSport (blog)Joachim Loew remains wary of the threat posed by Cameroon as the Germany coach bids to maintain his decade-long record of reaching the semifinals at major tournaments in the Confederations Cup on Sunday. The world champions take on Cameroon's ...When is Germany vs Cameroon and what TV channel is the Confederations Cup match on?The SunGermany vs. Cameroon: 2017 Confederations Cup Live Stream, Schedule, PredictionBleacher ReportGermany's B team are very good - Cameroon boss Broos under no illusionsFourFourTwoStuff.co.nz -Times of India -SB Nation -SB Nationall 426 news articles

  • 24 June

    5.6 Million Children At Risk of Waterborne Diseases As Rainy Season Hits Communities Affected By Lake Chad Crisis

    [Unicef] Dakar/ Geneva/Abuja -More than 5.6 million children are at increased risk of contracting waterborne diseases, such as cholera and diarrheal infections, as the rainy season begins in conflict-affected areas of countries around Lake Chad, UNICEF warned today. The threat of disease outbreaks in Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria coincides with growing regional insecurity and increased population movements particularly in Nigeria's northeast.