West, Central African leaders meet on piracy YAOUNDE, Cameroon (AP) — Heads of state and government leaders from 25 West and Central African countries along the Gulf of Guinea are meeting in Cameroon's capital Monday to address escalating piracy, trafficking and other illicit activities in the strategic region.
June 24, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
Cameroon FA president Mohammed Iya re-elected and sent to prison on same day Mohammed Iya has been in charge of the Cameroon Football Association (Fecafoot) since 1998, having successfully navigated re-election campaigns in 2004 and 2009. Fecafoot was due to stage an election last month, but it was suspended for "security reasons" and … Continue reading ?
June 21, 2013 - Dirty Tackle via Yahoo! Sports
Pope Benedict XVI in FOXNews May the enthusiastic cooperation of Muslims, Catholics and other Christians in Cameroon be a beacon to other African nations of the enormous potential of an inter-religious commitment to peace, justice and the common good,Benedict said.
Morten Olsen in The Associated Press We have a lot of possibilities tactically,Denmark coach Morten Olsen said. "Cameroon have many good players, but they don't have the same qualities as the Dutch team."