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    No End in Sight for Millions Displaced by Boko Harami
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    March 29, 2016 7:55 PM
    The Boko Haram insurgency has displaced 1.9 million Nigerians. Many are now living in camps or overcrowded homes across the country. The government says it has a plan to get people home, but for many, that day is still a long way off. Chris Stein reports from Maiduguri, Nigeria.

    No End in Sight for Millions Displaced by Boko Haram

    Published March 29, 2016

    The Boko Haram insurgency has displaced 1.9 million Nigerians. Many are now living in camps or overcrowded homes across the country. The government says it has a plan to get people home, but for many, that day is still a long way off. Chris Stein reports from Maiduguri, Nigeria.


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