Thousands of people fleeing the latest Boko Haram violence have poured into the embattled Nigerian city of Maiduguri, putting pressure on camps for the displaced as rescue workers try to cope with the influx. A group of 5,000 people, most of them women and children, reached the Borno state capital on Monday after escaping the Islamists' weekend takeover of the nearby town of Monguno, officials ...
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Added January 27, 2015
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