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Nigeria: slaughters without a break

After theblood-and-guts first week of July, Boko Haram continues to attack on the north-east. At least 44 dead and 67 injured following two explosions in a mosque and a restaurant.

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More blood in Nigeria. At least 44 dead and 67 injured after two explosions near the Yantaya mosque in Yantaya and restaurant in Jos frequented by Muslims, took place Monday, July 6. Terrorist actions, happened in the north-east of the country, were claimed by Boko Haram.

Even in the first week of July Boko Haram violently charged. Sunday, July 5, the terrorist group burned 32 churches and 300 homes in the state of Borno. Thursday 2, however, at least 150 Muslims were killed near two mosques during Ramadan.
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Nigeria: 145 killed during Ramadan

Boko Haram kills again in the state of Borno. People were slaughtered because they were considered Muslim moderate. The African coalition plods along the advance of the Caliphate, despite the arrest of a leader of the terroristic organization.

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Boko Haram slayed 150 Muslim believers to Mussaram e Kukawa, in Stato di Borno (Nigeria), yesterday. Jihadists raid on two village’s mosques while people are praying during Ramadan. Killed also women and children remained at home.

The choice of the Caliphate to strike in this period is not accidental. As occurred in Kuwait, Nigerian terrorists have massacred these faithful because they were considered too moderate compared to their conception of Islam.

Since June onwards, Boko Haram has reconquered many villages in northern Nigeria, as well as it’s also hit in N’Djamena, capital of Chad. The early wins of the African military coalition are frustated. And, despite Bahna Fanaye, one of the leader of terroristic group and chief of arms trade, the Caliphate has strengthen in West Africa.
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Chad: Islamic veil banned

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“The full-face veil will be banned because terrorists have used them like camouflage”, Prime Minister of Chad Deubet said after suicide bomb attacks in the capital N’Djamena. This law “it is not contrary to the principles of Islam”, Higher Council for Islamic Affairs admitted.

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After the offensive of last January, called MJTF (Multinational Joint Task Force), along with Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon and Benin, Islamic State has passed counterattack. And, after returning to action in the state of Borno, now it’s entered in Chad.

The Caliphate in Africa, declaired in 2014 by Boko Haram, is becoming more and more an organization able to embarrass the regular armies. And, after Nigeria, even Chad, strategic ally for the West, is having to fight an internal battle.

On 15th June, 4 suicide bombers killed 30 people and injured abou a hundred in N’Djamena, the capital of Chad. Militants, exploded near the police station and the Police Academy, struck for the first time the main cities of the country. Earlier, at the end of May, 33 jihadists and 4 Chadian soldiers died after a bloody battle to Choua Island, in Lake Chad.
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Nigeria: financial crisis and the Boko Haram return

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President Buhari talked about millions of dollars in debt. Meanwhile, army is losing ground in the State of Borno and jihadists have come back.

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Nigeria is close to bankruptcy. The economic crisis of the past few months, due to oil prices collapse, is bringing the African country on its knees. The treasury is “virtually empty and this is a misfortune,” president Buhari said in front of reporters. “Nigeria has millions of dollars in debt: public employees and even federal employees are not perceiving their wages,” he reiterated.

Re-elected against the outgoing head of state Goodluck, Buhari is facing a country destabilized by terrorism. If in February the army had managed to regain Maiduguri, capital of Borno State, now the Boko Haram militants fought back. And violence in the northeast of Nigeria has returned to alarming levels.

In fact, only a few hours ago, two girls blew themselves up near a mosque in Maiduguri, crowded timetable of prayer, causing 30 killed and several wounded. In Ongs point of view, Boko Haram’s troops often uses the hundreds of women and girls abducted in the last year in these suicide bombings, even against their will.

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Nigeria, a slaughter story put on paper

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The horror of the massacres jihadist viewed through the eyes of children. The Unhcr call so that refugees have the necessary assistance. The Boko Haram advance is ruining the country.

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On Unicef initiative, through their drawings, the children of Baga Sola represented tragedy experienced in August 2014, when Boko Haram militants devastated the village. A dramatic representation of numbers connected to Nigerian population.

Unhcr, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, launched the Regional Refugee Response Plan, which should allow to find about 175 million dollars to aid 192000 Nigerians who gave up country. Indeed, Camerun, Chad and Niger received thousands of people who are needing economical, health and mental cares. Furthermore, several children are requiring of scholastic instruction.

But, after Buhari elections, fights are going on. Chadian and Nigerian troops killed about 300 jihadists on the borderline between Nigeria and Nigeria. While 30 people died after that Boko Haram militants dressed up preacher and bursted into Kwajafa village.

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Nigeria: Us and Gb suspects behind Buhari triumph

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Buhari has won in Nigeria election. Despite several million votes over his rival Goodluck, this achievement it’s nt clear for Us and Gb

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The muslim Muhammadu Buhari has become the new Nigeria president after he has defeated the christian and former chairperson Jonathan Goodluck in election in last March. His party, Afc, has won for the first time after three consecutive failures. Despite 3 million over his rival, who’s congratulated him, United States and Great Britain has denounced possibile vote riggings.

As evidence of this, there are Buhari precedents. He’s an ex general and ex dictator who ruled from 1983 to 1985 during coup d’etat. Even if he lost three times, but however he’s the protagonist of brutality on christian population.

Buhari is been especially voted in Borno State, where Islamic State founded Caliphate in 2014. He said to want to fight the islamist organization during political campaign, but it’s possibile that he’d come to a pact with them. This scenario should lay Nigeria on the line not only in democratic point of view, but also in economic prospective. Indeed, several oil factories and Western States are present in Rivers State. So Us and Gb are monitoring context in order that it doesn’t become a new Libya.

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