10 Years of Boko Haram's Terror and Death

Its decade-long insurgency has continued to devastated the country. It has cost at least 27,000 lives, displaced about two million people and spawned an affiliate of the Islamic State group. While the Nigerian government has repeatedly claimed victory over Boko Haram, weary residents say there is no end in sight to the attacks that have created one of the world's worst humanitarian crises.

  • Nigeria:   Ten Years of Boko Haram

    Daily Trust, 4 August 2019

    It's exactly 10 years since the deadly Boko Haram sect took up arms against the Nigerian state in July 2009 through simultaneous attacks on symbols of authority it launched in… Read more »

  • Nigeria:   Boko Haram - Over 27,000 Civilians Killed in 10 Years - UN

    Daily Trust, 1 August 2019

    Boko Haram terrorists have killed over 27,000 civilians since 2009 when the conflict in Nigeria's northeast started, United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Mr Edward… Read more »

President Buhari's victory against Boko Haram was short lived.


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