Medical charity MSF on Tuesday asked Cameroon to let it resume work in the country's insurgency-riven English-speaking west, saying tens of thousands were deprived of medical care.
MSF (Doctors Without Borders) was banned from working in the Northwest region on 8 December on the grounds that it was "colluding" with armed local groups.
A bitter independence struggle by English-speaking rebels has been raging in Cameroon's Northwest and Southwest regions since 2017.
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