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[LIVE] Polls open in Cameroon amid high security, separatists killed

Cameroonians are voting today Sunday (October 7) in a key presidential election which could end or extend the 36-year rule of President Paul Biya, one of Africa’s longest serving leaders. Polls opened at 0800 local (0700GMT) across much of the country including areas in the restive English-speaking regions. Security has been heightened with armed personnel deployed outside most poling stations. Reuters reports that three separatists have been shot dead in Bamenda, capital of the northwest region of t

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