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In Nigeria, schoolboys turned killers, and came after their ex-teachers and students

The killers came hunting their former teachers, gunning them down in their offices and in their classrooms.  At the top of Boko Haram’s kill list: head teachers, examiners, primary school staff..
L.A. Times

Nigeria: UN Needs U.S.$1 Billion to Assist the North East

[This Day] The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has said the agency would need $1 billion in its bid to provide urgent and quality humanitarian assistance to victims..
allAfrica.com

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David Oyelowo heads cast of luminaries plea to save 400,000 children from looming Nigeria famine and imminent humanitarian crisis. Selma star Oyelowo joins compatriot Aliko Dangote, one of Africa’s..
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News video: Destroyed by Boko Haram, the town of Banki becomes a refuge

Destroyed by Boko Haram, the town of Banki becomes a refuge 01:14

The town of Banki in northern Nigeria was captured by Boko Haram in September 2014. Although it was recaptured by the Nigerian military a year later, the town was destroyed. Now with tentative security..
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News video: Nigeria Chibok girls' parents eagerly await for their return

Nigeria Chibok girls' parents eagerly await for their return 02:26

Parents in northeastern Nigeria plead for the return of their girls who have been kidnapped by Boko Haram. Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from Chibok.
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News video: Boko Haram militants send message to Trump

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News video: Nigeria enrolls students in troubled Borno state

Nigeria enrolls students in troubled Borno state 02:27

The government of Nigeria is trying to get at least 400,000 students in the north enrolled in school. Borno state has endured years of Boko Haram violence and accounts for nearly 20 percent of the 10..
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Dirty money from Nigeria seized by Britain should help Boko Haram victims: charity

DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Money stolen from Nigeria through corruption and seized by authorities in Britain should be spent on aid for the Boko Haram-hit northeast of the country, where..
Reuters

UN Wants $1 Billion for Boko Haram Victims Next Year

The United Nations wants to provide $1 billion worth of supplies to victims of Boko Haram jihadists in northeast Nigeria next year as part of its Humanitarian Response Plan for 2017. The hope is that..
VOA News
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