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Students, Teachers Avoid Cameroon Border Schools 5 Years after Chibok Kidnappings

This week marks five years since Boko Haram militants kidnapped hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls from the village of Chibok. The kidnappings spread fear across the border in Cameroon, where hundreds of schools closed. Authorities have since ordered schools to reopen, but many students and teachers refuse to return.  In an effort to convince parents that Boko Haram is almost defeated and the schools are safe, Cameroon's Ministry of Basic Education invited families to a government...

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