Eleven Cameroonian teachers kidnapped in region ravaged by insurgency

Unidentified men kidnapped 11 teachers on Tuesday from two schools in western Cameroon, where separatist insurgents are battling government forces, the church that runs the schools said. The attacks in the town of Kumbo came 10 days after gunmen stormed a school in another western town, killing at least seven children. “They carted away a total of 11 teachers and dispersed the children to go home unhurt,” the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon said in a statement about Tuesday’s kidnapping.

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