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Cameroon Election: African state to vote amid security challenges

Cameroonians will also vote for their next president on Sunday. They'll chose between the current leader Paul Biya and eight opposition candidates hoping to end his 36-year rule. But armed separatists have threatened to disrupt elections in the Anglophone regions, raising questions about safety during the polls. Adesewa Josh reports from the capital, Yaounde. #CameroonElections #PaulBiya

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Separatists in Cameroon threaten to disrupt the elections, calling it illegal

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