Breaking News:SECURITY COUNCIL WRAPS UP LAKE CHAD BASIN VISIT; STOPS IN ‘EPICENTRE’ OF BOKO HARAM VIOLENCE

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Residents of Teachers Village IDP Camp, Maiduguri, Nigeria, during a visit by a delegation of UN Security Council ambassadors. Built to educate children, thousands now call it home. Photo: UK/UN Mission

SECURITY COUNCIL WRAPS UP LAKE CHAD BASIN VISIT; STOPS IN ‘EPICENTRE’ OF BOKO HARAM VIOLENCE

The crisis in Africa’s Lake Chad Basin is of global concern and action is needed “right now,” the United Nations Security Council today said, wrapping up its four-country tour with the promise of long-term support for the Governments and the people in their fight against Boko Haram. Read more

 

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