Nigeria: Anti-Boko Haram Militia Releases Children It Held Captive

HeadlineOct 15, 2018

In Nigeria, a militia fighting Boko Haram has released 833 children from its ranks as part of a deal signed last year to end the group’s recruitment of child soldiers. This comes as the International Committee of the Red Cross released an urgent appeal for two aid workers who are being held captive by Boko Haram and could be killed on Monday according to a deadline issued by the militant group.

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