English versus French tensions in Cameroon turn deadly


Teachers join strike led by lawyers over official use of French in English-speaking part of the country where ten were killed in demonstrations.

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A single student out of 4,000 showed up on the first day of the new term at one high school in Bamenda, the English-speaking city at the heart of a deadly conflict in Cameroon over language in this bilingual West African country, reports Yahoo! News.