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Boko Haram Left It in Ruins. Now, This Nigerian Town Is Making a Comeback - TIME

When Boko Haram insurgents rampaged through northeastern Nigeria in 2014 and 2015, they massacred tens of thousands of people, sent millions fleeing for their lives and burnt entire towns to the ground. Then, in attempting to eradicate the Islamist ...and more »

Boko Haram's Other Victims - TIME

Boko Haram kept Fatsuma's daughter Fatima for a year and a half before she escaped. Now that she has been reunited with her family in a camp for people displaced by Nigeria's war to defeat the Islamist insurgency, her mother says she doesn't trust her ...and more »

A week of bombings in the birthplace of Boko Haram - Irish Times

It was about 10.30pm when the first explosion sounded. Across Maiduguri, capital of northeast Nigeria's Borno State, residents strained to hear another boom. “There's always a second one,” one aid worker commented, looking into the sky expectantly ...and more »

Six Killed, Scores Wounded In Fresh Boko Haram Attack In Borno - SaharaReporters.com

At least six civilians were killed and scores seriously injured when Islamist terrorist believed to be Boko Haram members attacked a community in the southern part of Borno State on Wednesday, sources from the besieged community have said. The ...and more »

They survived Boko Haram, now returnees are fighting hunger - CNN

Adamawa, Nigeria (CNN) In September 2014, Boko Haram attacked Bdagu -- a village in Adamawa state, northern Nigeria. Jafiya Nuhu, a 52-year-old commercial farmer, hid under maize cobs in his farm with his wife and two children as the insurgents raided ...and more »

Nigerian camps under strain from returning refugees - News24

Lagos - An upsurge in Boko Haram attacks and returnees from Cameroon are stretching camps for those made homeless by the conflict to breaking point, as the UN warned against forcing people back to northeast Nigeria. Obinna Orjingene is a doctor for ...and more »

Weak Boko Haram fights for dominance, boasts of latest abductions - africanews

Nigerian Islamist militant group Boko Haram has claimed responsibility for last week's ambush on a convoy at northeastern Nigerian town of Damboa heading for a funeral in Maiduguri. Extremist leader Abubakar Shekau, in a video released on Monday ...and more »

UN: Cameroon Forces Hundreds More Refugees Back to Nigeria - Voice of America

Cameroon authorities forced nearly 900 refugees back to northern Nigeria against their will this week, violating an agreement between the two countries to shield thousands from Boko Haram violence, the United Nations said on Thursday. The Cameroonian ...and more »

Boko Haram fighters found posing as refugees: Nigeria - News24

Kano - Boko Haram fighters have been found among refugees returning to northeast Nigeria from neighbouring Cameroon, the Borno State Emergency Management Agency said on Saturday. "At least nine Boko Haram insurgents and 100 accomplices were identified ...and more »

UN warns Cameroon on forced return of Nigerian refugees - Journalducameroun.com - English - (press release)

The United Nations, UN, has warn Cameroon on it's continuous forced return of hundreds of refugees. UN on Thursday June 29 said, Cameroon authorities forced nearly 900 refugees back to northern Nigeria against their will this week, despite the recent ...and more »