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Nearly 2,000 Civilians Were Killed In Nigerian Terror Attack—Where's the Media?

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Nearly 2,000 Civilians Were Killed In Nigerian Terror Attack—Where's the Media?

This was posted last January 13, 2015

This is the first that I have heard of this; Ya Where was the Media ?

 

Faith Karimi and Aminu Abubakar of CNN report that nine days after the ultra-extremist gang Boko Haram slaughtered an estimated 2,000 Nigerian civilians in Baga Jan. 3, the bodies are still scattered around the town and authorities and surviving residents fear going there to bury them.

Baga is located in Borno state, on the shores of Lake Chad in northeastern Nigeria where the boundaries of Chad, Niger and Cameroon intersect. The self-proclaimed Islamicist group has been kidnapping and killing civilians in the area since 2009. Nine months ago, it kidnapped 276 schoolgirls from Chibok. Some have escaped. It is said that many of those still held have been forced into marriages with Boko Haram fighters whose exact numbers are unknown but probably amount to a few thousand:

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It's not a vacation hotspot for the wealthy. Besides Africa is strictly for testing biological pathogens. The genocide there is to cover up experimentation. 

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The media covered it. It just didn't get the wall to wall coverage that attacks on western soil receive when there is an agenda to push.

 

 

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