On the 19 of July the Human Rights Watch released a report accusing Cameroonian government security forces of committing grave abuses against citizens in the Anglophone regions. The region has been in turmoil ever since the 2016 and 2017 Cameroonian protests. In 2016 a group of Anglophone lawyers went on strike after objecting the appointment of French-educated judges to their courts and new laws not being translated into English. Anglophone courts were being forced to conduct in French and Francophone judges were continually refusing to speak in English in these courts. The strike inspired various peaceful protests by other groups such as teachers and others from the civil society in Anglophone regions against discriminatory practices by the government. 40 civilians…

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