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Cameroon’s search for landslide survivors continues

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Cameroon President Paul Biya has expressed his condolences and offered money to bereaved families who lost their relatives in a landslide that killed at least forty people on Monday. Our reporter travels to Bafoussam in the west of the country where search efforts are still on going.

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