On June 27, local time, relevant sources in southwestern Cameroon said that an attack occurred on the 25th and 26th in a village near the Nigerian border in the area, resulting in more than 30 deaths.

  A cleric in Cameroon's southwestern Akwaya region told the media on the 27th that the attack occurred in a village in the region just a few kilometers from the Nigerian border and was related to the worsening land dispute between the two local tribes.

  The official languages ​​of Cameroon are French and English, and the population of the English-speaking regions in the southwest and northwest accounts for about one-fifth of the country's total population.

Clashes by separatist militants have occurred from time to time as parts of the English-speaking community feel excluded and marginalized.

The conflict has killed more than 6,000 people and displaced more than a million since the end of 2016, according to the non-governmental organization International Crisis Group.

(Headquarters reporter Wang Xinjun)