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Experts: Slow International Response Contributed to Rise of Boko Harami
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June 12, 2014 4:20 AM
Experts say a slow international response to Boko Haram's crimes in Nigeria has contributed to its rise from a group of marauding militants into an Islamist insurgency and broader threat. A U.S. congressional panel held a hearing Wednesday to get updates on the group that has wreaked havoc in northeastern Nigeria for the past five years. Zlatica Hoke reports.

Experts: Slow International Response Contributed to Rise of Boko Haram

Published June 12, 2014

Experts say a slow international response to Boko Haram's crimes in Nigeria has contributed to its rise from a group of marauding militants into an Islamist insurgency and broader threat. A U.S. congressional panel held a hearing Wednesday to get updates on the group that has wreaked havoc in northeastern Nigeria for the past five years. Zlatica Hoke reports.


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