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Violence in Nigeria

World news about “Violence in Nigeria” published by euronews.

17/10 19:23 CET

Nigeria ‘agree truce’ with Boko Haram to release kidnapped schoolgirls

Nigeria ‘agree truce’ with Boko Haram to release kidnapped schoolgirls

Nigeria's military has announced a truce with Islamist militants Boko Haram, and a deal for the release of 200 kidnapped schoolgirls. The abduction sparked worldwide outrage and a social media campaign '#bring back our girls'. They have remained in captivity for six months…