A separatist leaders has been killed in Southwest Cameroon. According to reports, he was killed during a raid by the Cameroonian army on his camp.
The fighter was wanted for his crimes against the military and inhabitants of the Lebialem department in the English-speaking region.
Authorities insist this military success demonstrates the radical change in the balance of power in the war.
For their part, the residents say they are relieved and can return home because for a long time they were living in fear.
According to the Norwegian Refugee Counsel NRC, the war in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon is one of the most neglected crises in the world.
The conflict has put more than 60,000 people on the road of exile towards neighboring Nigeria. 700,000 Cameroonians are now internally displaced.