MSF leaves Cameroon Anglophone region after government suspension – Eye on Africa • FRANCE 24

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In tonight’s edition: MSF (Doctors Without Borders) leaves Cameroon’s restive region after prolonged government suspension. Oil pollution has devastated the soil in Congo Brazzaville’s Koilou region leaving local farmers with rotting crops. And finally climbers in Senegal are worried coastal erosion is threatening their hotspots along the coast.

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