The Oklahoma state medical examiner’s office said Monday evening that 51 people had so far been confirmed killed in the tornado that tore through the city of Moore.
Yaounde, Cameroon, Africa. (Cameroon News) – The ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Cameroon Omar Faruk Dogan has reaffirmed his country’s determination to deepen cooperation ties with Cameroon and contribute towards making her an emergent economy by 2035. The Turkish diplomat was speaking today in Yaoundé during an audience granted him by Cameroon’s Minister […]
Douala, Cameroon, Africa. (Cameroon News) – Six people were killed and many more injured in an overnight car crash on Wednesday in the town of Njombe-Penja, western Cameroon. Two transport buses collided in bad weather conditions of heavy rainfalls that have been higher than normal for this time of year in Cameroon. The collision occurred […]
Traditional and contemporary dances are on display this weekend at the French Institute in Yaoundé where a long film will also be projected on Sunday.
President, Governor Otto Joseph Wilson: Four hundred (400) youths of the 4 Divisions of the North Region will be selected, mobilised, sensitised and trained in fields like livestock breeding, fishing and agriculture which will facilitate their insertion into the socio-economic development of the country.
Cameroon Disburses FCFA 100 Billion for Emergency Road Projects. President Paul Biya of Cameroon on February 2, 2012 ordered the disbursement of FCFA 100 billion from the National Road Fund to carry out nine emergency road projects in the country.
Egypt Air – The Egyptian official air carrier, Egypt Air, will begin direct flights from Cameroon in March 2012, Egypt’s Ambassador to Cameroon Ibrahim Moustafa Hafez has said.
Cameroon Airline, CAMAIR CO: Cameroon’s Public Administrators Obliged To Board CAMAIR-CO
Cameroon Receives Over 600,000 Tourists in 2011. Cameroon is gradually becoming a tourists destination in the Central African Sub-region, as it received a total of 604,052 foreign tourists in 2011, registering an increase from 572,728 in 2010.
Cameroon’s Customs Department Raises Over FCFA 542 Billion in 2011. The Custom Department in Cameroon has contributed over FCFA 542 billion to Cameroon’s public treasury in 2011, compared to FCFA 528 billion in 2011, registering an increase of FCFA 43 billion.