Large reduction in BH killings in Nigeria

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TVC News Nigeria report says Boko Haram killings in Nigeria drops by 72%.

Boko Haram, a terrorist group originating in Nigeria, has been responsible for a number of attacks in the region. However, recent reports indicate that the number of attacks attributed to Boko Haram has decreased by 72%. This reduction can be attributed to a number of factors, including the group’s loss of territory, the Nigerian militaries increased efforts to combat the group, and the Nigerian government’s increased efforts to provide humanitarian assistance to those affected by the violence. While Boko Haram remains a serious threat, these recent developments suggest that the group is slowly being defeated.

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6 months ago

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