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Displaced by Boko Haram, Nigerians Fret as Elections Near

When the northeastern Nigeria town of Damboa came underattack by Boko Haram militants last year, thousands fled, seeking refuge in makeshift camps scattered through the region or, if lucky, relatives. Bazam Ali was one of those who sought haven in Gombe, some 150 miles to the southwest. He wants to go back home, but said he has nothing to return to. "We don’t have anything in Damboa. Everything has been burned. And we don’t have any means to make us to stay there,” he...

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