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The Nigerian school for orphans of jihadists - and their victims
by Patrick Kingsley in Maiduguri, Nigeria
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17 November 2016
On 17 November 2016 The Guardian reported:
In a region where social bonds have been fractured by Boko Haram insurgency, the Future Prowess school is an unlikely model of cohesion. It consciously and publicly welcomes both the orphans of jihadists -- and the children of civilians and soldiers killed by the jihadists.
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