(The Christian Science Monitor) Waza National Park used to brim with tourists this time of year, with the dry season driving elephants, giraffes, gazelles, and hyenas to the few remaining watering holes to drink water and shade themselves from the sun.
Yaounde, Cameroon (ENInews)--The campaign of violence in
Nigeria carried out by the Islamist sect Boko Haram has raised fears of
religious extremism gaining a foothold in Cameroon, its neighbor to the east.
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