Addressing Cameroon's Anglophone Crisis

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The United States is cutting Cameroon from the African Growth and Opportunity Act - AGOA - over allegations of human rights violations in the English-speaking regions. The crisis has cost more than 300-thousand lives and displaced more than 500-thousand civilians from their homes. VOA''s Paul Ndhiho has more.
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Cameroon
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cameroon, crisis, human rights