Nigeria's Fulani-farmer conflict displaces many

Hundreds of thousands displaced as disputes over territory in central Nigeria continue to escalate between farmers and ethnic Fulani herdsmen.

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    Disputes over territory in central Nigeria have left hundreds of thousands of people displaced.

    Aid workers now fear a growing humanitarian crisis in Benue state.

    Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from Makurdi in Benue state, central Nigeria.


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