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Fuir Boko Haram: Nulle part où aller, nulle part où se cacher

The Boko Haram insurgency has claimed more than 25,000 lives in the past six years. Since 2014, it has escalated and splintered across a wider swathe or West and Central Africa, uprooting millions of people in the process.
(Boureima Balima/IRIN)

L’insurrection de Boko Haram a fait plus de 25 000 victimes au cours de ces six dernières années. Depuis 2014, elle s’est intensifiée et s’est étendue au Centre et à l’Ouest de l’Afrique, déracinant des millions de personnes. Où peuvent-elles se réfugier ?

L’insurrection est si bien implantée qu’elle commence même à frapper les camps de déplacement où les plus vulnérables viennent chercher de l’aide. 

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