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Cameroon's English-speaking region should be given a special status, said President Paul Biya during a peace summit. Historian Verkika Fantso helps us understand if that will make a difference:

President Paul Biya poses as a champion of stability in a fragile region. This image is quickly coming undone

President Paul Biya poses as a champion of stability in a fragile region. This image is quickly coming undone

President Paul Biya poses as a champion of stability in a fragile region. This image is quickly coming undone

President Paul Biya's overcentralised autocracy has created pressures that could blow Cameroon apart

Focus on Africa takes you to western Cameroon, where President Paul Biya has expressed his condolences and offered money to bereaved families who lost their relatives in a landslide that killed at least forty people on MondayListen here🔽

[ICYMI] Paul Biya is playing a tactical masterclass. From the release of opposition leader Maurice Kamto and Anglophone militants, to the National Dialogue, the Cameroon president is hoping to avoid letting the federalism genie out of the bottle. #Cameroon 

President Paul Biya won’t get anywhere without engaging directly with separatist grievances, @clairehazbun  and @kopalo  write.

#UPDATE  Cameroon's main opposition leader Maurice Kamto walked free from jail after a military court ordered his release at the behest of veteran President Paul Biya

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Asking for a friend: Are former Ghanaian President Jerry Rawlings (at an awards ceremony in Ghana; calling for UN intervention) and writer Chimamanda Adichie (in a New York Times oped) the only prominent Africans to speak out against Paul Biya's violent dictatorship in Cameroon?

Cameroon's President Paul Biya has been re-elected for a seventh term, the country's constitutional council said, extending his 36-year rule over the nation

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Cameroon's Paul Biya - Africa's oldest leader - easily wins seventh term as president

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This is a real headline: Cameroon's President Paul Biya-Prime Minister from 1975; President since 1982-held his first cabinet meeting since 2015. No one else spoke; usually meets ministers at airport between private trips abroad; favorite trip: Switzerland

Meanwhile, #Cameroon 's President Paul Biya, who left the country on Sept 16 for the UN General Assembly meeting is still not back.

Eleven people killed and 32 wounded in Cameroon suicide bombings, according to President Paul Biya's website.

Africa's Longest Standing Leaders Paul Biya, President of Cameroon, #1  at nearly 40 years

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