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2014-10-23 UN - Beyond Post-2015 Development Challenges
[Cameroon Tribune]This year's theme focuses on inclusive development after the MDG evaluation point.

2014-10-23 Touboro Council/Gotingar Trial - Lawyer Affirms Client's Robbery Attack
[Cameroon Tribune]Judgment has been slated for November 5, 2014 at the Special Criminal Court in Yaounde.

2014-10-23 Permanent Anti-Drug Body Needed
[Cameroon Tribune]The nation's tabloids have very often come up with stories about drugs and drug seizures in virtually all parts of the country.

2014-10-23 Women in Politics - ECCAS Poised to Make a Difference
[Cameroon Tribune]A workshop to promote women's participation in politics kicked-off in Douala yesterday.

2014-10-23 UB Welcomes 8,000 Freshmen
[Cameroon Tribune]International conferences and the start of the HTTTC Kumba are awaited as innovations.

2014-10-23 Cameroon Seeks to Curb Poverty Through Decent Work
[Cameroon Tribune]An agreement to this effect was signed between the Government and the International Labour Organisation on October 22, 2014.

2014-10-23 Samba-Panza Unveils Transition Orientations
[Cameroon Tribune]Focus is on security, national reconciliation, political dialogue and elections.

2014-10-22 Hunger Hits Over Three Million Chadians
[Cameroon Tribune]The statistics were disclosed by a joint government, FAO and WFP report.

2014-10-22 Cash Flow - Increasing Diaspora Contribution
[Cameroon Tribune]The amount coming in from within and without CEMAC, moved from FCFA 181.1 billion in 2009 to FCFA 218.7 billion in 2013.

2014-10-22 Forest Governance - Monitoring, Evaluation Mechanism Underway
[Cameroon Tribune]The impact of Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade" (FLEGT) examined in Buea.

2014-10-23 69th UN Day - Beyond Post-2015 Development Challenges
[Cameroon Tribune]The United Nations Day will be celebrated on October 24, 2014, on the theme "Public-Private Sector: Together for an inclusive development post-2015." The idea is currently the subject of discussions in different international forums. This is especially so as the Millennium Development Goals, MDGs, will be evaluated next year after implementation for 15 years.

2014-10-23 Panthers Lords It Over All At Judo Cup
[Cameroon Tribune]They won the cup title in both the men and women categories in Douala over the weekend.

2014-10-23 MINSEP-FEICOM Sign Sports Infrastructure Deal
[Cameroon Tribune]It spells out the modalities for the promotion of sports through financing of sports equipment and projects.

2014-10-22 Bamenda University - Building From Scratch
[Cameroon Tribune]The commitment of UBa to develop into the "University of the Future" has not wavered.

2014-10-22 Kumba-Mamfe Road - Local Youth Employment Launched
[Cameroon Tribune]ILO has been working in prelude to effective construction work billed for next month.

2014-10-22 Professionalisation of Studies On Good Footing
[Cameroon Tribune]Every institution of higher learning, public or private, has designed courses to the needs of the job market.

2014-10-22 Douala Hawkers Deceive Buyers
[Cameroon Tribune]They use the shoe mender's hand-paddling machine to scrub new shoes and render them older in order to sell more expensive.

2014-10-22 Nine Jailed, One Acquitted in Flight Ticket Trial
[Cameroon Tribune]The verdict was passed on October 21, 2014, at the Special Criminal Court in Yaounde.

2014-10-20 In Ebola-Stricken Countries, Authorities and Journalists Should Work Together
[CPJ]The Ebola crisis in West Africa is unrelenting, and journalists on the frontline of reporting on the virus are caught between authorities wanting to control how the outbreak is reported, and falling victim to the disease themselves.

2014-10-20 Region to Tighten Noose on Boko Haram
[Cameroon Tribune]They ended a workshop in Yaounde over the weekend on defining a common strategy for combatting the militants.

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