800,000 children in Nigeria ‘running for their lives’, says Unicef

Report on first anniversary of Boko Haram kidnapping in Chibok reveals number of children affected in troubled north-east region has doubled in less than a year Fighting between Boko Haram, military forces and civilian self-defence groups in…

Source: www.theguardian.com

In a report marking the first anniversary of the Islamist group’s abduction of 276 schoolgirls from the Nigerian town of Chibok, Unicef says the number of children running for their lives in the country or crossing into neighboring Chad, Niger and Cameroon has doubled in just under 12 months…

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