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Al Shabaab is connected to more fatalities than any other militant group in Africa, overtaking boko Haram in 2016.

The government has said the boko Haram insurgency, and the rival Islamic State West Africa Province group, are on their last legs.

—Greg Walters boko Haram, one of the world’s deadliest terror groups, is being taken to court in Nigeria.

But I think the new government of Muhammadu Buhari has done so much to stop boko Haram, to take the war to them.

Before boko Haram used to attack Nigeria, but now it’s Nigeria attacking boko Haram and boko Haram are on the run.

But I think the new government of Muhammadu Buhari has done so much to stop boko Haram, to take the war to them.

Before boko Haram used to attack Nigeria, but now it’s Nigeria attacking boko Haram and boko Haram are on the run.

It achieved a lot and boko Haram is now being fought squarely.

Thousands more women and girls have been abducted by boko Haram.

The extremist group boko Haram has been raiding villages in Nigeria, Cameroon, and neighboring countries with since 2009.

boko Haram’s actions have caused unthinkable damage, and it is now catching up with its members.

But boko Haram is increasingly raiding villages for food rather than hostages.

In early February, it was estimated boko Haram had stolen more than 4,000 cattle in Cameroon.

When markets have been open, shoppers have been scared off by boko Haram’s all-too-frequent suicide bombings.

The raids in search of food seem to have led boko Haram deeper into Cameroon, according to the US State Department.

On Wednesday, 76 “emaciated-looking” boko Haram members who were begging for food surrendered in northeast Nigeria, according to the Associated Press.

Nigeria has suffered the most at the hands of boko Haram, and more than 2.5 million people have had to flee their homes.

boko Haram was responsible for 6,664 deaths in 2014, while ISIS killed 6,073.

But no resolution is in sight, and while boko Haram suffers from food shortages, so, too, do civilians.

boko Haram has waged a six-year campaign for an Islamist state in northeastern Nigeria.

As the #BringBackOurGirls campaign trended on social media, boko Haram announced its allegiance to the Islamic State last March.

According to the UNICEF report, one in five boko Haram suicide bombers in the last two years was a child.

They follow what they are told, whilst the device is detonated by a boko Haram cell phone far away.”

Beyond the statistics lies an endless set of conditions that make teenage girls vulnerable to boko Haram.

“These girls have nowhere to go because boko Haram kill entire families and wipe out whole villages.

“But then everything changed when she fell in love with this boko Haram boy.

“She didn’t really care about what [boko Haram] were doing; she would join the group anyway, just to be with him.

She believes that more research is needed to find out why so many young girls end up brainwashed by boko Haram.

But I told him that in doing so, this would be a victory for boko Haram, making her more vulnerable.”

Mohammad knows this all too well, having mentored former boko Haram captives.

“The problem stems beyond the events of Chibok; over 2,000 girls have been kidnapped by boko Haram.

Somalia’s al-Shabaab was the deadliest terrorist organization in Africa in 2016, ending boko Haram’s four-year reign.

boko Haram killed 3,499.

Somalia’s al-Shabaab was the deadliest terrorist organization in Africa in 2016, ending boko Haram’s four-year reign.

boko Haram killed 3,499.

boko Haram remains a major terror threat throughout Africa’s Lake Chad region, which includes Nigeria, Niger, Chad, and Cameroon.

Waldhauser said the U.S. was focused on fighting violent extremist groups like ISIS affiliates in the Sahel, boko Haram, al-Shabaab, and al-Qaida.

Waldhauser said the U.S. was focused on fighting violent extremist groups like ISIS affiliates in the Sahel, boko Haram, al-Shabaab, and al-Qaida.

boko Haram has also abducted thousands of other women and children, as they attempted to carve out a self-proclaimed caliphate in Nigeria’s northeast.

In early August, an official ISIS magazine featuring an interview with boko Haram’s leader listed Abu Musab al-Barnawi in that role, not Shekau.

Nearly 1.5 million people and 500,000 children have been forced from their homes in Nigeria as a result of boko Haram’s six-year long insurgency.

In West Africa, Tillerson will visit Chad and Nigeria, both major oil-producers struggling to contain the Islamist boko Haram insurgency.

Chibok is located in Borno State, the heartland of boko Haram’s decade-long insurgency in the West African country.

Chibok is located in Borno State, the heartland of boko Haram’s decade-long insurgency in the West African country.

Fifteen percent of the people in areas newly liberated from boko Haram also display severe acute malnutrition, the health agency said.

Fifteen percent of the people in areas newly liberated from boko Haram also display severe acute malnutrition, the health agency said.

“There have been rumors linking boko Haram to Colombian cocaine traders, but the group is not involved in a big way.

Nigerian newspapers say boko Haram fighters have been caught in possession of ‘hard drugs,’ but this is usually cannabis for their own use.”

Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) was formed in 2016 when a faction of Nigerian Islamist group boko Haram pledged allegiance to Islamic State.

Western media, she explains, tends to foreground coverage in the objectives of boko Haram—not its victims.

“There’s this story about boko Haram and them attacking schools.

boko Haram had warned people not to vote.

boko Haram’s campaign in northern Nigeria has had serious impacts on local communities, with children bearing the brunt of the effects.

Such groups included boko Haram — a jihadist militant group active in Nigeria, Chad, Niger, and northern Cameroon — and al-Shabab in Somalia.

In 2014, boko Haram made massive military gains in Nigeria, seizing control of huge swaths of the country.

But in the summer of 2015, newly elected Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari launched a new offensive against boko Haram’s strongholds in northeastern Nigeria.

boko Haram’s contracting territory and reduced military capabilities are signs of a shift of momentum against the network.

This offensive didn’t “defeat” boko Haram as a group, as Buhari falsely claimed in December.

boko Haram is no longer occupying large parts of Nigeria,” Max Siollun wrote in the New York Times in March.

The military’s successes changed boko Haram’s threat, but didn’t eliminate it.”

Both ISIS and boko Haram attempted to hold territory, and temporarily managed to grow stronger than most other terrorist groups in modern history.

That’s not to say that ISIS and boko Haram, and other similar terrorist groups, aren’t threats, or that they aren’t scary.

Related: boko Haram Is Using More Children to Carry Out Suicide Bombings The court verdict is private, said Øyslebø.

It was not immediately clear whether the attackers were affiliated with boko Haram or Islamic State.

Nigeria’s government has said the boko Haram insurgency, and the rival Islamic State West Africa Province group, are on their last legs.

VICE founder Suroosh Alvi travels to Nigeria to investigate boko Haram’s rise and the struggle to contain it.

Amid a ramped up military campaign that began last year, Nigeria’s government has claimed several victories against boko Haram.

While boko Haram has been pushed from some of its strongholds, this hasn’t succeeded in halting the violence.

Wielding his prose with surgical precision, he examines politics, history, and culture; Virginia Wolf, Palestine, and boko Haram.

Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) was formed in 2016 when a faction of Nigerian Islamist group boko Haram pledged allegiance to Islamic State.

On the night of April 2014, armed boko Haram militants attacked the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok and abducted 276 students.

On the night of April 2014, armed boko Haram militants attacked the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok and abducted 276 students.

Human Rights Watch has estimated that boko Haram has kidnapped more than 10,000 boys from villages across the region over the last three years.

There are proofs and evidence that (for) some time boko Haram has been trained in Somalia and they went back to Nigeria,” he said.

There are proofs and evidence that (for) some time boko Haram has been trained in Somalia and they went back to Nigeria,” he said.

Last year, boko Haram switched its allegiance to Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq.

boko Haram remains boko Haram and Islam has nothing to do with terrorism and its killing spree”.

boko Haram has been trying to establish an Islamic state adhering to strict Sharia law in northeast Nigeria since 2009.

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The Islamists have not been defeated, as Nigeria says, and researchers say ISWA, less extreme than boko Haram, has evolved into the dominant group.

In 2015, Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari pledged to finish off boko Haram.

Analysts estimate that ISWA has 3,000-5,000 fighters, about double boko Haram’s strength.

Nigeria’s armed forces “just see them as boko Haram,” said Brigadier General John Agim, spokesman for the Nigerian military, at a briefing.

ISWA protects locals from boko Haram, something Nigeria’s army cannot always do.

This contrasts with the wholesale violence of boko Haram under the publicity-hungry Abubakar Shekau, who has executed even close lieutenants.

boko Haram and ISWA are bloody rivals, but some travelers in ISWA territory feel safer than elsewhere in Nigeria’s northeast.

Maiduguri is the biggest city in Nigeria’s northeast, the center of the military’s fight against boko Haram.

It is there that ISWA is making its mark, offering people protection, particularly from boko Haram.

Some claim boko Haram, the home-grown Islamist extremist group entrenched in the north, was behind the violence, while Zakzaky has refuted this allegation.

The terrorist group boko Haram is responsible for thousands of deaths in Nigeria.

And that’s to say nothing of boko Haram, which pledged itself to ISIS last year and is now recognized as Wilayat Nigeria.

boko Haram fighters are stationed a couple of miles away.

“When boko Haram attacked us in the village everyone was just running helter skelter,” Saratu Zakaria told VICE News.

“When boko Haram attacked us in the village everyone was just running helter skelter,” Saratu Zakaria told VICE News.

“Those boko Haram guys are still there, especially in Gwoza east.

(Photo by Sally Hayden/VICE News) The fate of those who manage to escape boko Haram after being kidnapped isn’t clear-cut either.

These 10 men from Gwoza, Borno State, lost 18 children between them as they fled during a boko Haram attack on their village.

He was living just 30 miles from Sambisa forest — a known boko Haram hideout.

In total, more than half of the 2 million Nigerians currently displaced by boko Haram are children.

He’s still haunted by the afternoon boko Haram when came to his village.

boko Haram tactics include the forced abduction and use of child soldiers and the elimination of education.

boko Haram tactics include the forced abduction and use of child soldiers and the elimination of education.

boko Haram seeks to overthrow the Nigerian government and has declared areas it controls a caliphate.

Because boko Haram attacks often target markets, people living in northeast Nigeria have begun avoiding them.

He didn’t merely accuse her of mishandling boko Haram.

A group called Islamic State West Africa Province, an off-shoot of boko Haram, claimed it had carried out an attack in Maiduguri.

boko Haram had warned people not to vote.

The children, including 55 girls, were induced to commit suicide bombings after being abducted from their families by the terror group boko Haram.

The children, including 55 girls, were induced to commit suicide bombings after being abducted from their families by the terror group boko Haram.

boko Haram’s fundamentalist ideology preaches the rejection of all types of western culture, from democratic elections to clothing.

The soldiers had gone to the area to clear a boko Haram camp, but were ambushed, the sources said.

boko Haram militants have killed thousands and displaced millions in Nigeria during the group’s decade-long insurgency against the government.

They also act as the eyes and ears of the military, feeding them local intelligence about boko Haram members.

“Now with the CJTF we tell them what to do, we show them who is really boko Haram.

Even at this time now if they catch [a] boko Haram [member] they will take him to prison.

She said there were insurgents everywhere: she even went to secondary school with a boy who ended up joining boko Haram.

At the time boko Haram were offering as much as 150,000 naira ($753) as payment for killing someone.

Civilian JTF members pose outside the entrance to a camp for those displaced by boko Haram in Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria.

“You see boko Haram don’t have any mission,” Kalli said.

“To me, boko Haram will never repair, […] we have no sympathy for them.

If someone is boko Haram we should clear them off, off the land.”

boko Haram have done what they aimed to do: to destroy the northeast because we lost many people.

“Most of the weapons that boko Haram are using […] are from Libya’s axis,” he said.

“Where are boko Haram getting their munitions?

Because we are not safe in the hands of boko Haram and we are not safe in the hands of security.”

In the area around Lake Chad some 2.4m people have fled from attacks by boko Haram, a group that straps bombs to children.

Take Nigeria, where a bloody insurgency by the Islamist extremist group boko Haram has created a growing humanitarian disaster.

boko Haram fighters are only a few miles away.

boko Haram many times attacked his home in Doron Baga, in Borno state, Nigeria, and the neighbouring market town, Baga.

Government troops block them, and boko Haram is still on the prowl.

Three years ago, boko Haram attacked.

He mismanaged the economy, failed to tackle corruption and has been unable to restrain the terrorist group boko Haram.

It hosts 37,000 refugees from the ongoing instability in Mali, along with 138,000 refugees or people internally displaced fleeing boko Haram attacks.

This is the region where Cameroonian soldiers are fighting the jihadist group boko Haram.

But three years ago, jihadists from boko Haram attacked and took everything.

But over the past few months, there has been a resurgence of boko Haram attacks, killing dozens of soldiers.

Landlocked, it shares borders with conflict-ridden Libya, Sudan, the Central African Republic and boko Haram’s strongholds in Nigeria, Niger and Cameroon.

ISWA split from boko Haram in 2016 and is now the bigger threat in Nigeria’s northeast, security experts believe.

Despite military spending that is only a ninth that of Nigeria, Chad has been better at fighting boko Haram.

A new wave of attacks by boko Haram and Islamic State of West Africa (a boko Haram offshoot) has hit the Lake Chad Basin.

Borno is at the center of the fight against boko Haram and ISWA.

In 2015, Nigeria’s boko Haram became the world’s deadliest terror group.

The new group, the Islamic State West Africa, offers protection against boko Haram to defenseless communities in exchange for a tax and recruits.

The state of Borno is where boko Haram began their insurgency seven years ago.

The Nigerian military ramped up its campaign against boko Haram in the last year.

Although most of Nigeria is relatively food secure, the eight-year Islamist boko Haram insurgency has left millions in the northeast at risk of starvation.

boko Haram has warned people not to vote.

The girls were flown by helicopter to Maiduguri, the northeastern capital of Borno state and birthplace of boko Haram, he said.

The #Bringbackourgirls activist group said Amina had told her rescuers the rest of the girls were under heavy boko Haram guard in Sambisa.

Under Buhari’s command, and aided by Nigeria’s neighbours, the army has recaptured most territory lost to boko Haram.

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The boko Haram group and its Islamic State splinter group have often carried out attacks targeting civilians and the military in Borno state.

boko Haram regards soccer – often watched by Nigerians while drinking beer – as un-Islamic and a demonstration of corrupting Western influence.

boko Haram’s insurgency has killed about 15,000 people and displaced more than 2 million.

But he also noted the threat from militants such as Islamic State, al-Shabaab, boko Haram and al Qaeda.

The Defense Ministry said 64 boko Haram militants were also killed in a gunfight that lasted hours.

boko Haram have been fighting for a decade to carve out an Islamic caliphate based in Nigeria.

Like boko Haram, it wants to create a separate state in northeast Nigeria that adheres to a strict interpretation of Islamic law.

The boko Haram insurgency has killed more than 15,000 people since 2009 and forced some two million from their homes.

Even in parts of the northeast held and defended by the army, boko Haram attacks were jeopardizing aid programs, Cousin said.

He didn’t merely accuse her of mishandling boko Haram.

boko Haram has burned down homes, destroyed livelihoods and killed thousands of people.

As a result, boko Haram remains among the least understood terrorist organizations in the world.

boko Haram was the deadliest terrorist organization in the world last year, killing more people than its affiliate, the Islamic State.

“It is clear that the remnants of the boko Haram terrorists are hell-bent on remaining relevant by attacking soft and vulnerable targets,” Nwachukwu added.

As a result, boko Haram remains among the least understood terrorist organizations in the world.

A lot of people say that boko Haram is weakened.

What do you make of President Buhari’s claim that boko Haram has been defeated?

boko Haram has not been defeated, whether militarily or politically, and that much is apparent.

Neither boko Haram, nor the army as at is now, can deliver the one blow to destroy the enemy and end the war.

What has boko Haram gained from its affiliation with Islamic State?

It is hard to find any concrete information about boko Haram – whether it is about their numbers, names of commanders, even their agenda.

There are a lot of secrets powerful people want to keep hidden about how many people aided and abetted boko Haram.

Secondly, there is the persecutory nature of the Nigerian State in dealing with those who are in a position to actually demystify boko Haram.

The authorities frequently arrest anyone, including journalists, who they think might have contacts in boko Haram.

He won his first election in 2015 by promising to crack down on corruption and stamp out extremist groups such as boko Haram.

“So much journalism is about kind of an incremental understanding of what changed between yesterday and today.” “‘What is boko Haram?’” he added.

He won a historic election in 2015 by promising to crack down on corruption and stamp out extremist groups such as boko Haram.

boko Haram also splintered, giving birth to an ISIS-linked militant group, the Islamic State in West Africa Province.

“Focusing on natural factors is very convenient,” said Vincent Foucher, an expert on boko Haram at the French National Centre for Scientific Research.

Instead, women who leave extremist groups return to lives where they lose the positions of power they had in boko Haram.

boko Haram blamed airstrikes for killing some of the young female captives in a video statement released in August.

boko Haram released 21 of the Chibok schoolgirls Thursday morning amid ongoing negotiations between the terrorist group and the Nigerian government.

boko Haram blamed airstrikes for killing some of the young female captives in a video statement released in August.

It is one of boko Haram’s few remaining strongholds.

The government released some imprisoned boko Haram commanders in exchange.

After medical checkups, the girls were taken to meet Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, who promised to defeat boko Haram during his election campaign.

Eighty-two Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped three years ago in Nigeria by boko Haram were reportedly freed by the Islamist militant group over the weekend.

The government released some imprisoned boko Haram commanders in exchange.

After medical checkups, the girls were taken to meet Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, who promised to defeat boko Haram during his election campaign.

About 100 Chibok schoolgirls remain missing, along with hundreds of other men, women, and children boko Haram has abducted.

The Nigerian military has retaken much of the territory lost to the boko Haram jihadists.

“Three years ago, we and many of our fellow students were kidnapped by the boko Haram terrorists,” they began.

“But even after our escape, we lived in fear that the boko Haram would return,” they continued in the letter.

boko Haram has stepped up attacks outside Nigeria over the past year, including in Cameroon, Chad, and Niger, threatening regional security.

boko Haram has stepped up attacks outside Nigeria over the past year, including in Cameroon, Chad, and Niger, threatening regional security.

Most of the time the perpetrator was her “husband” — a boko Haram militant she was forced to marry.

Most of the time the perpetrator was her “husband” — a boko Haram militant she was forced to marry.

boko Haram is based in northern Nigeria and launches frequent cross-border raids in a bid to carve out an Islamic caliphate.

The boko Haram men could run faster than us.”

* * * “When boko Haram attacked us in the village everyone was just running helter skelter,” Saratu Zakaria, 44, told VICE News.

“When boko Haram came they captured the whole town.

Niger is also participating in a regional African Union task force to counter boko Haram in the Lake Chad region.

A trip to the local hospital confirmed Gloria was pregnant — something that irrevocably brands her as a boko Haram “bride.”

(Photo by Sally Hayden/VICE News) Gloria’s social worker, Aisha Shettima, advises women who have been captured by boko Haram to stick together.

“She got pregnant in the boko Haram camp.

Fatsuma Mamut in the Malkohi Health clinic in Yola, Adamawa State, where some of the women displaced by boko Haram give birth.

Hawwa was held by boko Haram for more than a year.

As part of a tactical move, boko Haram has been increasingly using women and girls as suicide bombers.

“[boko Haram] did a spiritual ceremony,” Hawwa said.

Hawwa said boko Haram militants would read “spiritual quotations” to the captured women and girls, before asking for volunteers.

Haruna Thuma, 65, (left) whose wife was abducted by boko Haram.

“They came with the same flag as boko Haram, the black flag with the Arabic writing, just like ISIS.

Hawwa said that, from what she saw when she was being held, boko Haram is getting weaker and weaker.

Her husband had been dead all the time she was being held, killed by boko Haram on the same night she was abducted.

Away from the front lines of the fighting, life is moving on for the displaced who have fled boko Haram.

His first wife was forced into marriage with a boko Haram fighter as well as being forcibly converted to Islam.

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Continued threat from groups such as boko Haram act as a constraint to improving stability in Nigeria’s largest city.

“The girls said: ‘We are those that boko Haram kidnapped from (the school) in Chibok,’” Adamu wrote.

But the next day they took them back to boko Haram’s base, where the girls were whipped and threatened with decapitation.

But this is far from the first time the military has boasted about killing Shekau, who took over boko Haram in 2009.

Related: How I Escaped boko Haram: One Woman’s Story Nigerian security forces first claimed to have killed Shekau in 2009.

Shortly after that, he resurfaced unharmed in a video online in which he announced he had taken over boko Haram.

But this is far from the first time the military has boasted about killing Shekau, who took over boko Haram in 2009.

Related: How I Escaped boko Haram: One Woman’s Story Nigerian security forces first claimed to have killed Shekau in 2009.

Shortly after that, he resurfaced unharmed in a video online in which he announced he had taken over boko Haram.

Shekau has also been embroiled in a leadership battle that may have resulted from the increasing ties between boko Haram and the Islamic State.

Earlier this month, boko Haram released a video showing gunmen along with some 50 of the girls captured at the Chibok school.

* * * Last week, VICE News also met Hawwa, a woman in her 30s who escaped boko Haram six weeks ago.

Aisha Buhari said improved security in the northeast, boko Haram’s former stronghold, was the government’s biggest achievement.

Though the Nigerian military has now regained much of the territory that was held by boko Haram in its northeastern heartland, abductions continue.

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In 2017, victory was announced over boko Haram in Nigeria.

The United States already supports a regional task force against the Nigeria-based group boko Haram.

It is not the first time allegations of abuse by soldiers guarding refugee camps from boko Haram have surfaced.

boko Haram, which has killed more than 20,000 people and forced some 2.7 million to flee their homes since 2009, split last year.

The neighboring multi-national joint task force (MNJTF) to fight boko Haram, for example, has been complicated by divisions and a lack of cooperation.

The government has been forced to concentrate resources on combating Islamist boko Haram militants along its northwestern border with Nigeria.

In October, the ministry of justice said 45 suspects suspected of boko Haram links had been convicted and jailed.

(CNN)”And I assure you that we will defeat boko Haram by the end of this year.”

These problems are compounded by an economic crisis and a government battle with boko Haram militants in the north.

Yet as 2015 drew to a close, the specter of boko Haram loomed as large as ever over Africa’s most populous state.

Those skeptical of boko Haram’s defeat were vindicated, those residing within the terrorists’ deadly reach continue to live in fear.

Nigeria’s information minister, however, downplayed the December 27 attacks and further reaffirmed that boko Haram was on the precipice of being “wiped out.”

According to the report, sexual violence is woven throughout the ideology of terrorist groups like boko Haram and ISIS.

These included arbitrary arrests, enforced disappearances, torture and the extrajudicial killings of thousands of boko Haram suspects, according to the Amnesty report.

The arrest of a former National Security Adviser has also highlighted how corruption has allegedly influenced Nigeria’s response to boko Haram.

The inconvenient truth is that Nigeria has not defeated boko Haram but simply reversed the gains that the terror group has scored against it.

There was no immediate confirmation that boko Haram was behind the latest attacks.

boko Haram has previously used female suicide bombers in its attacks.

Military officials blamed boko Haram for all three attacks.

Bombings, kidnappings boko Haram aims to institute Sharia, or Islamic law.

Set up as a Sunni fundamentalist group influenced by the Wahhabi movement, boko Haram has led a violent uprising since 2009.

“The army were strangers but we live with boko Haram in the same community, in the same neighborhood.

Cameroon has become a major target for boko Haram attacks.

boko Haram has killed about 20,000 people and uprooted 2.7 million since unleashing its brutal insurgency eight years ago.

Tchiroma has frequently said that “the days of boko Haram were numbered.”

Fifty-seven girls managed to escape, but 219 are still being held by boko Haram, and their whereabouts are unknown.

The Nigerian military has retaken much of the territory lost to the boko Haram jihadists.

boko Haram’s idea of the caliphate fired the imagination of a lot of young people,” Akilu said.

The boko Haram militants opened fire on Dalori village near Maiduguri, in Nigeria’s northern Borno state.

“We could hear soldiers battling with the boko Haram attackers.

As the world remains transfixed on Syria-based ISIS, which has hit western nations, boko Haram’s attacks have escalated.

Last year, boko Haram claimed the morbid title of deadliest terror group for its killings in Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon.

boko HARAM ATTACKS Madness on repeat: It never seems to let up: more innocent people killed by terrorists.

This time it happened in a Nigerian village at the hands of boko Haram.

Survivors said boko Haram entered the village firing indiscriminately, setting fires and detonating bombs.

There was a global outcry and threats by boko Haram to sell the girls.

boko Haram + ISIS = Marriage from Hell And the uptick in terrorism in the continent shows no sign of abating.

The victims were staying in a camp for people who had been displaced by boko Haram violence in Nigeria’s Borno state.

“She told the military officers who interrogated her that they were among several women detailed by boko Haram to attack the camp,” Ahmed said.

boko Haram militants live primarily in the northern states of Nigeria, including Borno.

On Saturday, militants from boko Haram riding motorcycles at night killed 65 people in a raid.

“The boko Haram gunmen killed 22 people in Yakshari by slitting their throats.

Nigerian troops retook the town of Damboa in August 2014 after it was briefly seized by boko Haram the previous month.

As the world remains transfixed on Syria-based ISIS, which has involved Western nations in anti-ISIS efforts, boko Haram’s attacks have escalated.

boko Haram has bombed schools, churches and mosques; kidnapped women and children; and assassinated politicians and religious leaders alike.

Last year, boko Haram claimed the morbid title of deadliest terror group for its killings in Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon.

boko Haram killed more people than ISIS, which it reportedly pledged allegiance to last year, the tally says.

On the night of April 14, 2014, boko Haram kidnapped 276 schoolgirls from the Government Girls Secondary School in the northeast town of Chibok.

Two mothers and 16 fathers have died since the mass abduction, some of them victims of boko Haram attacks.

boko Haram has achieved its aim.

boko Haram aims to impose Islamic law, or Sharia, in Nigeria and regularly carries out deadly attacks in the country’s north.

In the most recent attack this month, boko Haram militants killed at least 30 people in a two-day onslaught.

“The group now has a guerrilla strategy,” said Nigerian senator and former boko Haram negotiator Shehu Sani.

They are victims of boko Haram’s campaign of terror against schools and colleges in northern Nigeria.

Terror groups boko Haram and Al Shabaab are reportedly joining forces for training purposes, Somalia’s national security chief says.

Especially students in schools that have already been attacked by boko Haram?

Western media, she explains, tends to foreground coverage in the objectives of boko Haram—not its victims.

“There’s this story about boko Haram and them attacking schools.

He’s escaped persecution from boko Haram and he’s been in Hong Kong for two years.

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) – boko Haram freed 13 hostages, Nigeria’s presidency said on Saturday, after authorities negotiated their release with the Islamist militants.

However, Maiduguri has been beset for years by bloody attacks supported, planned and carried out by members of extremist Islamist group boko Haram.

“About 22 members of boko Haram terrorists were neutralized while several others escaped with gunshot wounds.

Efforts are being intensified by the troops to get the fleeing members of the boko Haram terrorists,” said a military spokesman.

Bama, about 60 km (40 miles) southeast of Borno’s state capital Maiduguri, was held by boko Haram from September 2014 until March 2015.

Nigeria’s government has said since December 2015 that boko Haram has been “technically defeated”.

Yet attacks continue in the northeast while another group, an Islamic State ally that split from boko Haram in 2016, holds territory.

Recently, Chad executed 10 boko Haram members convicted of acts of terrorism.

The presence of boko Haram militants has prevented farmers from planting crops or accessing Lake Chad to provide water for their animals.

boko Haram militants have killed around 15,000 people and forced more than 2 million from their homes during a seven-year insurgency.

boko Haram aims to institute Sharia, or Islamic law.

The news is mostly about corruption, boko Haram, or poverty.

boko Haram sparked international outrage when it abducted the girls from the town in northeastern Nigeria, police said.

boko Haram is a militant Islamic group based in Nigeria whose purpose is to institute Sharia, or Islamic law.

“The troops also liberated over 5,000 persons held hostages by boko Haram terrorists,” it said in an emailed statement.

More than 15,000 people have been killed and 2 million displaced in Nigeria and neighboring Chad, Niger and Cameroon during boko Haram’s insurgency.

UNICEF says that boko Haram have sometimes, but not always, taken credit for these child suicide bombers.

“We can’t speak for why more and more children, especially girls are being used—but its extreme cruelty certainly draws attention to boko Haram.”

“It was just because they want to run away from boko Haram,” Fati says.

There was no escape for Fati when fighters from boko Haram descended on her village in northeast Nigeria in 2014.

The social media campaign #BringBackOurGirls gave many people their first glimpse into boko Haram’s targeted abuse of women and girls.

boko Haram kidnap victim: Stigmatized for carrying captor’s baby Fati is now in the relative safety of the Minawao refugee camp in Cameroon.

When boko Haram started raiding the border towns, Nigerians ran here, desperate for food and safety.

The road below extends toward Maiduguri, Borno State’s capital and the birthplace of boko Haram.

Here, the label of boko Haram wife can carry serious consequences.

Security officials say that boko Haram has infiltrated the camp, but what refugees fear the most is escaped abductees such as Fati.

“Perhaps their mind is with boko Haram.”

It’s a sentiment that permeates the area where boko Haram operates.

She made it to Minawao without getting caught by boko Haram.

But boko Haram, which has since aligned with the Islamic State, has proven a much more difficult hurdle.

“I had a local fixer in Yola who helped identify former boko Haram victims.

Spyra said “in some cases, they escaped during bombardment of boko Haram-held villages.

A few dozen escaped to tell of the night that boko Haram militants brought terror to a Nigerian girls’ school.

The video is believed to have been made last December as part of negotiations between the government and boko Haram.

The government should negotiate with boko Haram.”

In July, boko Haram fighters hiding in trees along the Bama-Maiduguri road ambushed a United Nations aid convoy, wounding five people.

It was sent by boko Haram as “proof of life” in negotiations with the government.

boko Haram kept coming and hassling us.

For now, the military says boko Haram is low on ammunition and food.

boko Haram has pledged its allegiance to Islamic State, or ISIS, and has declared its own “caliphate” in northeastern Nigeria.

Like other terrorist groups, boko Haram operates in the context of its specific location, taking advantage of the singular circumstances afflicting Nigeria.

There is therefore much about the fight against boko Haram and other ISIS affiliates that goes beyond the girls of Chibok.

(CNN)In February 2016, I interviewed 16-year-old Zara John, who was freed from boko Haram by the Nigerian military in March 2015.

Official investigations eventually revealed that the 12-year-old was not from Chibok but abducted from Bama in northeastern Nigeria by boko Haram a year ago.

Cameroon has also been forced to concentrate resources on combating the threat of Islamist boko Haram militants along its northwestern border with Nigeria.

Without a doubt, not all the girls kidnapped by boko Haram think or feel like Zara did.

boko Haram overtakes ISIS as world’s deadliest terror group Borno governor: Military turning tide Gov.

An attack by boko Haram left scores of people dead in Nigeria on Saturday.

Troops arrived around 8:40 p.m. local time, according to The Associated Press, but they were unable to fend off boko Haram.

boko Haram has been attacking several targets in Nigeria over the last week.

A suicide bomber believed to be a boko Haram militant killed about 10 people on Friday in nearby Adamawa state, according to Reuters.

boko Haram is notorious for the use of women suicide bombers, but other groups encourage women to take part in violence as well.

Islamist extremist group boko Haram has returned 110 of the girls kidnapped from a Nigerian boarding school last month, reports the AP.

And don’t ever put your daughters in school again.” Go deeper: Security forces failed to act on warnings about boko Haram attack

(CNN)boko Haram is luring young people by giving them loans as a bait for membership, the Nigerian military warned.

“The payment has been surreptitiously programmed to fail by the benefactor, the boko Haram.”

boko Haram’s desperation to recruit members shows the sustained offensive by government forces is working, the military said.

Last week marked the two-year anniversary of boko Haram’s abduction of nearly 300 schoolgirls from the town of Chibok.

Most of the girls are still held captive, forcefully married to boko Haram fighters, and in some cases used as suicide bombers.

Ethiopia and Kenya are engaged against al-Shabaab, Nigeria and Chad against boko Haram and Sahelian Islamic extremists, and Djibouti hosts a U.S. military base.

A U.S. military official said a major concern remains boko Haram inside Nigeria and its declared affiliation with to ISIS.

As the Post notes, violence by the Islamist militant group boko Haram and other civil problems have triggered the uptick of Nigerian refugee claims.

Buhari is hosting a regional summit in Abuja on Saturday on African security and the fight against boko Haram.

Update: A second girl captured in the 2014 mass kidnapping by boko Haram has been rescued, the Nigerian military says.

It also said it was concerned over the food security crisis in the region and cited the widespread displacement caused by boko Haram.

It called for the immediate release of thousands of boko Haram captives, including 219 schoolgirls kidnapped two years ago.

The girls, who were preparing to take science exams, were abducted in a late-night raid on dormitories by gunmen associated with boko Haram.

World News: A missing Chibok schoolgirl was rescued, two years after boko Haram’s mass kidnapping.

boko Haram fighters were staging suicide bombings and other attacks from the camps.

(CNN)When Amina Ali Nkeki was kidnapped by the Nigerian terrorist group boko Haram more than two years ago, she was a mere schoolgirl.

The man said he had been kidnapped by boko Haram from the town of Mubi, taken to Sambisa Forest and married to Nkeki.

Some are forced to become sex slaves by groups like the Islamic State group and boko Haram.

She was snatched by boko Haram fighters on April 14, 2014 from the Chibok secondary school with more than 270 young girls.

Officials say that Amina wandered for six days with her “husband” after she managed to escape boko Haram’s clutches.

2.Nigeria abducted schoolgirls When boko Haram abducted Amina Ali Nkeki more than two years ago, she was just a school girl.

She’s one of the 276 schoolgirls boko Haram kidnapped at gunpoint from a Chibok boarding school in April 2014.

“The important thing is that we are pursuing boko Haram and rescuing human beings on a daily basis.

At least 35 boko Haram fighters were killed.

He said he had been kidnapped by boko Haram and taken to their forest stronghold, where he married Amina.

boko Haram, based mainly in Nigeria’s northern states but responsible also for attacks in neighboring countries, is seeking to implement sharia law.

“My father is dead, through boko Haram, through the crisis in Kano [state in Nigeria].

Having seen her father, home and life ripped away by boko Haram, mother-of-five Fatima Abbakaka thought the worst was behind her.

“We first became friends because we all had boko Haram in common,” Mamman said.”

The capital of Borno state, it is at the heart of the Nigerian Army’s battle to retake boko Haram territory.

Teenagers outside of the city’s comparative safety — like the Chibok girls — are targeted and snatched away by boko Haram.

(It’s also believed to be a favorite of boko Haram fighters.)

Since then, soldiers have intensified their efforts, infiltrating the Sambisa fortress, and in the process partially liberating the state from boko Haram’s stranglehold.

What boko Haram couldn’t loot, they burned.

Tell the government to give them [boko Haram] their people, so we can come home to you,” she says.

“We do have pockets of the boko Haram terrorists still left in some places but very largely we’ve decimated them,” he says.

World News: Nigerian Islamist group boko Haram released a video showing 50 of the schoolgirls it abducted in 2014.

Buhari has faced health struggles, economic headwinds and a relentless boko Haram insurgency.

Suicide bombings are common in Nigeria’s northeast, the centre of a bloody campaign by jihadist group boko Haram to create an Islamic state.

A couple of recent examples are Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony and the 276 Chibok, Nigeria, schoolgirls kidnapped by terror group boko Haram.

boko Haram insurgents have since retreated to a base in the Sambisa forest, a vast former game reserve in Borno state.

I’ve been focusing on refugees and internally displaced people from the ongoing insurgency with the terrorist group boko Haram.

Security analysts have drawn some parallels between the IMN and boko Haram, the Sunni Muslim jihadist group whose insurgency began in 2009.

“Focusing on natural factors is very convenient,” said Vincent Foucher, an expert on boko Haram at the French National Centre for Scientific Research.

boko Haram in the Hausa language means “Western Education is Forbidden”.

Both are in the northeastern region of Nigeria that has been the epicenter of boko Haram’s attacks.

It has the most powerful military in the region, and for six years, it couldn’t control boko Haram.

The big question, of course, is how do you defeat boko Haram?

boko Haram might have kidnapped the girls from Dapchi in hopes of receiving a similar ransom, a source told Reuters.

And of course, again, it’s the fact that the Nigerian military couldn’t deal with boko Haram.

He was particularly critical over Clinton’s handling of the boko Haram terrorist group in Nigeria.

boko Haram, an affiliate of al Qaeda, was never designated a foreign terrorist organization during Clinton’s leadership of the State Department.

But if they can take care of boko Haram, it’s a pertinent question.

Further south, Niger also faces threats from the Nigerian Islamist group boko Haram.

Niger security forces killed 57 boko Haram militants in April who had attacked a village in the southeastern Diffa region.

Friday’s premiere will open with a segment on boko Haram hosted by former Navy SEAL Kaj Larsen.

boko Haram has recruited child soldiers and reportedly uses children as suicide bombers.

boko Haram seized Bama in September 2014 in a deadly raid that forced thousands to flee.

(CNN)boko Haram reportedly has a new leader who has assured an ISIS interviewer the group would not be targeting Muslims.

boko Haram does not consider all Muslims supporters and allies.

In recent years, boko Haram attacks have intensified in an apparent show of defiance amid the nation’s military onslaught.

Nine months ago, CNN reported that boko Haram had surpassed its affiliate ISIS in killing, at least in the previous year.

In 2014, boko Haram was responsible for 6,644 deaths, an increase of 317% from the previous year, according to the Global Terrorism Index.

By contrast, ISIS, the terror group to which boko Haram reportedly pledged allegiance in March 2015, was responsible for 6,073 deaths.

The Barnawi interview left unanswered the fate of Abubakar Shekau, boko Haram’s previous leader, who took over in 2009.

A boko Haram wife would be more vulnerable to indoctrination than a girl who had not wed, said psychologist Fatima Akilu.

Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)The new leader of boko Haram is the son of the group’s founder, according to a boko Haram insider.

boko Haram has long had links with ISIS, pledging allegiance to the group in March.

Even Nigerians, with time, they are going to accept BH (boko Haram)’,” she said.

Yakubu is then told to pass on a message to the Nigerian government asking them to release boko Haram fighters who are in jail.

Read more: boko Haram victim — “I cried for someone to help” Forty girls married off?

In April 2014, boko Haram militants kidnapped 276 teenage girls from their boarding school in Chibok.

She and her husband fled their home in Banki, on the border with Nigeria, in 2015 when boko Haram attacks were at their peak.

Earlier this month, ISIS introduced a new boko Haram leader named Abu Musab al-Barnawi.

They believe that boko Haram’s longtime leader, Abubakar Shekau, has released this video to assert his authority over the militant group.

Today, after years of negotiations with the Nigerian government and boko Haram, 82 of those girls have been released.

According to the Associated Press, some of the Chibok girls were killed during bombings of the boko Haram camps by the Nigerian Air Force.

Galang’s daughter was among those taken by boko Haram in 2014.

The video of some of the missing Chibok girls was released yesterday by boko Haram.

Her husband, identified as Mohammed Hayatu at the time of their escape, told a witness that he too had been kidnapped by boko Haram.

The video also shows a Chibok girl reciting a scripted plea for the release of boko Haram fighters in exchange for the kidnapped girls.

Amina Ali was one of 276 schoolgirls abducted at gunpoint from their boarding school in Chibok in April 2014, by boko Haram fighters.

The region faces a range of conflicts, including some driven by groups such as boko Haram and al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.

“I’m not scared of boko Haram.

The current Nigerian government has said via Facebook that it is in touch with boko Haram and working to secure the girls’ release.

READ: Infiltrating the forest boko Haram calls home

This state is where the militant group boko Haram is based and has challenged immunization efforts.

boko Haram killed 14 people in bombings and shootings in Maiduguri on June 7.

Reports have emerged of children exploited by boko Haram in Nigeria and Al-Shabaab in Somalia.

Reports have emerged of children exploited by boko Haram in Nigeria and Al-Shabaab in Somalia.

boko Haram recruits child soldiers and uses schoolgirls as suicide bombers.

boko Haram’s global infamy soared in 2014 after it kidnapped 276 schoolgirls from Chibok, Nigeria, spawning the international campaign “Bring Back Our Girls.”

How they’re different from ISIS: boko Haram mainly concentrates in Nigera.

Even though boko Haram is an al Qaeda affiliate, it has pledged allegiance to ISIS.

Forsyth recounted to CNN the example of a young Nigerian girl who had been abducted by traffickers after fleeing the terrorist group boko Haram.

For instance, Hedayah has recently worked with Nigerian teachers to construct curricula emphasizing critical thinking that guides young people away from boko Haram.

Nigeria’s government and military have repeatedly said boko Haram is on the verge of defeat.

Diplomats say it needs Cameroon’s help in fighting Islamist militant group boko Haram, which plagues the neighbors’ common border up north.

boko Haram, which opposes western education, wants to set up an Islamic caliphate in Nigeria.

The army contends boko Haram is significantly weakened and has been “irrational and unreliable” in negotiations over the schoolgirls.

“We are begging the government to do this (release the boko Haram fighters) so that we can get our girls.

Buhari told the UN, “The challenge is in getting credible and bona fide leadership of boko Haram to discuss with.

Nigeria abducted girls Remember the 300 girls abducted by boko Haram in 2014?

But when people talk about Nigeria it’s about boko Haram, it’s about violence, it’s about security,” Broué pressed.

In 2014, the last available year of figures, boko Haram was responsible for 6,644 deaths according to the Global Terrorism Index.

‘This boko Haram era must end’ Maiduguri has seen an influx of internal migrants, particularly from surrounding villages says Abubakar.

This boko Haram era must end.”

Here are 10 key facts about the Chibok schoolgirls and the Islamist militant group boko Haram: Writing By Kieran Guilbert, Editing by Katie Nguyen.

#BringBackOurGirls Chibok is in Borno, where boko Haram is strongest.

The militants were believed to have taken their captives to the dense Sambisa forest, a reputed boko Haram stronghold.

She was with a man she had married in captivity — allegedly a boko Haram fighter — and their baby daughter.

The man, who told a witness that he, too, had been kidnapped by boko Haram, was detained by Nigeria’s military.

That year, the GTI said, boko Haram was responsible for 6,644 deaths, compared with ISIS, which was responsible for 6,073.

About 82 girls were freed last Saturday in exchange for boko Haram commanders after being held captive for three years.

boko Haram controlled a swathe of land in northeast Nigeria about the size of Belgium until the start of 2015.

#BringBackOurGirls Chibok is in northeastern Borno state, where boko Haram is strongest.

The militants were believed to have taken their captives to the dense Sambisa forest, a reputed boko Haram stronghold.

boko Haram aims to create an Islamic state.

boko Haram also is blamed for attacks in neighboring countries.

April: boko Haram releases ‘proof of life’ video In that recording, a militant says that 40 girls were married off.

That year, the GTI said, boko Haram was responsible for 6,644 deaths, compared with ISIS, which was responsible for 6,073.

boko Haram split when Islamic State named Abu Musab al-Barnawi as the group’s leader in August 2016.

The other main division is led by Abubakar Shekau, boko Haram’s most recognizable figure.

For years he has said boko Haram is defeated.

boko Haram is active in the country, and there is also a threat from al Qaeda, it says.

Two sources close to the negotiations told CNN that boko Haram received money as part of the deal.

There was conflicting information about whether captured boko Haram fighters were released as part of the deal.

Two sources close to the negotiations also said no boko Haram prisoners were released.

boko Haram’s uprising Chibok is in northeastern Borno state, where boko Haram is strongest.

The militants were believed to have taken their Chibok captives to the dense Sambisa forest, a reputed boko Haram stronghold.

boko Haram also is blamed for attacks in neighboring countries.

April: boko Haram releases ‘proof of life’ video In that recording, a militant says 40 girls were married off.

That was before boko Haram pledged allegiance to ISIS, the terrorist group that controls parts of Syria and Iraq.

That year, boko Haram was responsible for 6,644 deaths, compared with ISIS, which was responsible for 6,073, according to the GTI.

One of them was shot dead by boko Haram militants in a raid on his village in September.

I wanted to know the truth if she’s alive or if she’s been married off to boko Haram.

She was with a man she had married in captivity — allegedly a boko Haram fighter — and their baby daughter.

The man, who told a witness that he, too, had been kidnapped by boko Haram, was detained by Nigeria’s military.

These children are the forgotten victims of Nigeria’s fight against boko Haram.

Umar was taken to Giwa from a displacement camp in Bama after he and his family fled violence and intimidation by boko Haram militants.

Since 2009, boko Haram has wreaked havoc in the region, killing thousands of people.

The fight against boko Haram is no excuse to imprison children.

boko Haram’s campaign to create an Islamic state is in its eighth year with little sign of ending.

He is also battling to stem boko Haram insurgencies and kidnappings in the north of the country.

His wife Aisha has become increasingly involved in advocacy work particularly around helping victims of the boko Haram conflicts.

According to the parent, one of the Chibok schoolgirls had refused to marry a boko Haram fighters and was told she would be killed.

It was carried out by a boko Haram faction allied to Islamic State which has been active around Lake Chad.

Terror group boko Haram is suspected to be behind the blasts, said Maiduguri military chief Brig.

In March 2015, boko Haram pledged allegiance to ISIS, the extremist terror group that has launched attacks across the globe.

Displaced by fighting Dubbed the world’s deadliest terror group, boko Haram has launched attacks in northern Nigeria and surrounding areas for years.

boko Haram, which in the local Hausa language means “western education is sin,” wants to institute a strict form of Sharia law in Nigeria.

Nigeria Women who had escaped boko Haram’s evil clutches found themselves brutalized again by the very people who are supposed to help them.

And boko Haram has displaced many: Nearly 2.5 million.

We hope boko in a sentence examples were helpful.