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Nigerian students stay home following attacks

Boko Haram fighters who reject Western education are blamed for killing 700 people since the start the year.

    Students in northern Nigeria are opting to stay at home after a series of attacks on schools.
     
    Boko Haram fighters who reject Western education are blamed for killing 700 people since the start the year.
     
    Eighty-five schools have been indefinitely closed in Borno state.

    The most recent school attack was in neighbouring Yobe state.

    Al Jazeera's Rawya Rageh reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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