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6,000 People Fleeing Conflict In Nigeria’s Taraba State Have Been Trapped Under Difficult Humanitarian Conditions In Cameroonian Villages

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At least 6,000 people and 2,000 cattle fleeing conflict in Nigeria’s Taraba state have been trapped under difficult humanitarian conditions in Cameroonian border villages. Dozens of the refugees are reported to have died and Cameroon medical staff are calling for assistance to care for the survivors. Twenty refugees have just arrived at the Atta Catholic health…

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