Nigeria’s military razed villages in war on Islamist insurgents – Amnesty International
ABUJA (Reuters) — Nigeria’s military burned down villages and forcibly displaced hundreds of people in its fight against Islamist insurgents in the country’s northeast, rights group Amnesty International alleged on Friday. Nigeria’s military, which has frequently been accused of human rights abuses in its decade-long fight against Boko Haram and more recently Islamic State’s West African branch, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
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