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Synonyms for Cameroon

an inactive volcano in western Cameroon

a republic on the western coast of central Africa

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The Cameroonian embassy in Holland Park, has a single flag on its balcony and an embossed sign on the pillar outside.
He said the Kenyan serves in the preliminary match had troubled the Cameroonians, prompting the current changes.
Abba Kyari, Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday told the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal that the presidential candidate of the PDP, Atiku Abubakar in the Feb.23 general election was a Cameroonian 'flesh and blood''.
'I feel sad like the 24 million Cameroonians, who wanted this competition to be played at home.
Cameroonian President Paul Biya has won re-election by a landslide, official results showed on Monday, extending his 36-year rule despite claims from two leading opposition candidates that the vote was fraudulent, Reuters reports.
Cameroonian authorities are investigating the authenticity of a video purported to show the country's soldiers executing two women and their children, local media reported.
The government organized two press events to raise awareness of the risks of fraudulent recruitment to the Middle East that reached an unknown number of Cameroonians. Although the government did not provide specific funding to implement the national action plan, some of the activities under the action plan were included in the budgets of individual ministries.
Members of the Quezon City Police District-District Special Operations Unit (QCPD-DSOU) nabbed the four Cameroonians in an entrapment operation in a mall parking area on Wednesday at around 7:30 p.m.
Anglophone Cameroonians in the North-West and South-West regions had been protesting over the imposition of French in their schools and courts.
To understand the subjectivity of Cameroonians' exilic experiences, we need to examine how these experiences are recalled and how Cameroonian asylum-seekers "build themselves into the world by creating meaning [and] by fashioning out of [traumatic images], a sense of what the world is all about." (9) In this article, we discuss how Cameroonian applicants for asylum in South Africa construct memories of personal and collective experiences in a tragic sense and/or as a process of self-styling, to enhance the credibility and reliability of their applications.
The group previously launched several attacks in Cameroon, ranging from kidnapping foreigners for ransom, assassinations, robberies, and targeting the Cameroonian military.
The attacks led the Cameroonian authorities considerably to increase security patrols which have restricted the free movement of Cameroonians and potential Nigerian asylum-seekers alike.
The Cameroonians blamed the worsening weather on the pastor.
"We welcome the fact that African economies are playing an ever greater role in the global economy--and Cameroonians wish to be part of this process at a time when the country is advancing towards the status of an emerging nation by 2035.