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Cameroon to Pay Soldiers Protesting for Payment

Cameroon's government says it has disbursed $12 million to calm angry soldiers protesting the non-payment of their dues for service as international peacekeepers in the Central African Republic. At least 200 soldiers blocked traffic on some streets in the capital, Yaounde, Wednesday before moving to the National Assembly and the Defense Headquarters. They demanded that all money owed them for their service in the C.A.R. be paid. Cameroon’s minister of communication, Issa Tchiroma,...

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