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Cameroon Protests Call for End to President Paul Biya’s 40-Year Rule

Cameroon's peaceful protests against President Paul Biya's 40-year rule have been violently dispersed by security forces with one protester reportedly killed.

Cameroonian protestors have reportedly been violently dispersed by security forces with teargas and water cannons in the economic capital of Doula. According to EWN, civilians, university students and opposition parties have called for countrywide protests against President Paul Biya's relentless 40-year rule over Cameroon. Numerous videos of clashes between demonstrators and security forces have been circulating on social media since early Tuesday morning.

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