Cameroon: U.S. Officials Tout Good Ties Despite Aid Cut

[AllAfrica - Africa] - 11/02/2019
[VOA] Despite announcing plans to trim military support for Cameroon's government over its alleged human rights violations, key U.S. officials say the United States will continue partnering on security efforts. But a Cameroon official contends the cutback could jeopardize the fight against (...)
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