Forum in Nigeria to discuss crisis in Lake Chad

Regional governments say the recent spike in violence requires a look beyond providing aid.

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    The war with Boko Haram in Nigeria has killed tens of thousands of people over the past nine years.

    The plight of thousands without food and shelter is being discussed by governors from Chad, Niger and Cameroon at a two-day forum in Nigeria.

    As Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from Maiduguri, millions are suffering in the border region around Lake Chad.


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