The lucky few who survive Boko Haram’s raids are streaming into Minawao refugee camp, a Cameroonian refugee camp.
Solar power, solar electricity and mobile technology are helping to reduce the rate of maternal mortality in Cameroon.
Cameroon and South Africa were meant to beat the minnows and then battle it out.
Thousands of people marched in Cameroon's capital to protest against Boko Haram's insurgency and support the Cameroon army's fight on the ground.
Four African armies, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger are currently on the ground directly engaged in the fight against Boko Haram.
The United States has committed to helping Cameroon's military secure the equipment it needs to continue fighting against the jihadist group.
Cameroon says its army has detained 1 000 people suspected of having links to Boko Haram, after it killed 86 of the group's militants.
The onslaught came after Chad sent troops across the border to flush the jihadists out of the Nigerian town of Gamboru.
Boko Haram takes responsibility for the attack on Baga, and warns Nigeria and its neighbours that they will not stop, saying Baga was "not much".
Boko Haram has stepped up cross-border attacks into Cameroon in recent weeks, including a number of high-profile kidnappings.
It took a comfortable 4-1 win over Tunisia for Cameroon to book their place in the World Cup for an African record seventh time.
Advocacy groups in Cameroon are battling a 500- year-old tradition that deprives widows of their rights.
Cristiano Ronaldo's header against Manchester United reminded Percy Zvomuya of Cameroon's Bassa people who are famous for their heading ability.
Kidnappers who seized seven members of a French family, including four young children, in Cameroon have taken them across the border into Nigeria.
Cameroon aims to begin production at its first industrial diamond mine by the end of January as part of plans to develop the long-neglected sector.
Multinational corporations believe Africa is booming and are turning to a new brand of sales rep to reach the continent's remote regions.
Aid agencies say they are facing a multimillion-dollar funding shortage to deal with a food crisis in the Sahel in northern Africa.
Cameroon's former prime minister Inoni Ephraim has been arrested as part of an investigation into the embezzlement of public funds.
Drought has again returned to the western shoulder of Africa, bringing hunger to millions, threatening to slip the Sahel region into crisis.