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Gunman kills seven villagers in northeast Cameroon

News24 17 Jun 2022
A gunman on a rampage killed seven people and seriously wounded two others across four villages in northeastern Cameroon, a local administrator and state television said on Thursday ... .
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11 people confirmed dead in Cameroon plane crash

Anadolu Agency 13 May 2022
Efforts to locate the aircraft chartered by Cameroon Oil Transportation Company (COTCO), which was carrying 11 people, were coordinated by the prefect of Upper Sanaga, Albert Nanga, said Cameroon Radio and Television (CRTV).
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Nuggets' Jokic named NBA MVP for second straight season

Urdu Point 12 May 2022
Embiid finished in second place with 706 points (26 first-place votes) ... Embiid is from Cameroon, Antetokounmpo from Greece and Doncic from Slovenia. In the televised announcement of the award, broadcaster TNT showed footage of Nuggets coach Michael Malone and some of Jokic's teammates delivering the trophy to him at his horse farm in Serbia ... ....
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Nuggets’ Nikola Jokic named NBA MVP for second straight season

Arab News 12 May 2022
LOS ANGELES ... Jokic is the 15th player to win multiple MVP awards ... Embiid is from Cameroon, Antetokounmpo from Greece and Doncic from Slovenia. In the televised announcement of the award, broadcaster TNT showed footage of Nuggets coach Michael Malone and some of Jokic’s teammates delivering the trophy to him at his horse farm in Serbia ... ....
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Nuggets’ Jokic named MVP for 2nd straight year

Manila Standard 12 May 2022
Jokic is the 15th player to win multiple MVP awards ... Embiid is from Cameroon, Antetokounmpo from Greece and Doncic from Slovenia. In the televised announcement of the award, broadcaster TNT showed footage of Nuggets coach Michael Malone and some of Jokic’s teammates delivering the trophy to him at his horse farm in Serbia ... ....
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Denver Nuggets' Nikola Jokic named NBA MVP for second straight season

Independent online (SA) 12 May 2022
Jokic is the 15th player to win multiple MVP awards ... Embiid is from Cameroon, Antetokounmpo from Greece and Doncic from Slovenia. In the televised announcement of the award, broadcaster TNT showed footage of Nuggets coach Michael Malone and some of Jokic's teammates delivering the trophy to him at his horse farm in Serbia ... "I think it's amazing.".
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Cameroonian Villagers Protest Renewed Boko Haram Violence

Voa News 09 May 2022
Midjiyawa Bakari, Governor of Cameroon's Far North region, told state broadcaster Cameroon Radio Television villagers have not been abandoned by the military as they claim ... Cameroon's military on Saturday dismissed local media reports claiming troops meant for the Far North were sent instead to fight rebels in the western regions.
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Black Arab pioneers you should know and celebrate

The New Arab 22 Feb 2022
These may include ... Esmeray Diriker (Morocco, Turkey) ... Samirah Srur Fadel (Occupied Palestine) ... Omdurman, Sudan ... Trawri began his writing career when he was 12, by sending commentaries to local newspapers and magazines, working his way up to write for Iqra Television when it first launched in the late nineties. Colette Dalal Tchantcho (Cameroon, Kuwait).
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StarTimes acquires broadcast rights of CAF Inter-Club competitions

Business Ghana 09 Feb 2022
The 2021/22 season of the CAF Champions League & Confederation Cup is scheduled to kick off on February 11 and February 13, 2022 respectively. . StarTimes having screened all 52 matches of the Africa Cup of Nations from Cameroon, will now televise the Champions League and Confederation Cup ... .
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Sadio Mané takes the winning penalty as Senegal claim AFCON crown

The Irish Times 06 Feb 2022
The Africa Women’s Cup of Nations and the Africa Championship of Nations (for domestic-based players) have shown what an appetite there is for football in Cameroon, and the tournament was followed avidly on television and on radio – which certainly hasn’t always been the case at recent Cups of Nations.
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Mané scores decisive penalty as Senegal beat Egypt to win Africa Cup of Nations

The Observer 06 Feb 2022
The Africa Women’s Cup of Nations and the Africa Championship of Nations (for domestic-based players) have shown what an appetite there is for football in Cameroon, and the tournament was followed avidly on television and on radio – which certainly hasn’t always been the case at recent Cups of Nations.
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Africa Cup of Nations brings joy, hope

Beijing News 05 Feb 2022
5 (Xinhua) -- Augustine Ayissi stood arms akimbo, smiling with satisfaction and pride before a massive television screen as he watched his country, Cameroon impressively dominate Gambia in a football match that will qualify them for the semi-final of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).
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Feature: Africa Cup of Nations brings joy, hope

China.dot.org 05 Feb 2022
5 (Xinhua) -- Augustine Ayissi stood arms akimbo, smiling with satisfaction and pride before a massive television screen as he watched his country, Cameroon impressively dominate Gambia in a football match that will qualify them for the semi-final of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).
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Cameroon Hopes African Football Can Inspire Education Within Indigenous Communities

Voa News 02 Feb 2022
An indigenous person from Mbang village sings his support for Cameroon’s national football team, the Indomitable Lions, as it seeks a championship in the ongoing Africa Football Cup of Nations. Mbang is a village in Lomie district near Cameroon’s eastern border ... Cameroon’s National ...
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Samuel Eto’o’s second act

Mail Guardian South Africa 30 Jan 2022
At the age of 40, Cameroon’s most famous son has already completed one glittering career ... a son of the Bamum Kingdom in western Cameroon, which wields enormous political and cultural power ... On 11 December, with 11-million people watching on TV – the first televised election in Cameroon’s history – Samuel Eto’o was elected as president of Fecafoot.

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