Gunmen kidnap Cameroon opposition leader in restive Anglophone region

FILE PHOTO: Presidential candidate John Fru Ndi from the opposition Social Democratic Front (SDF) holds his manifesto as he speaks at his final campaign rally outside the national stadium a day before Cameroon's presidential election in Yaounde October 8, 2011. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye

YAOUNDE (Reuters) – Unidentified gunmen in Cameroon’s Anglophone region kidnapped the leader of one of the country’s leading opposition parties on Friday for the second time in two months, his party said. Separatist rebels are battling government forces in English-speaking areas of the bilingual central African country, where the Francophone majority has long dominated. John […]

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