Boko Haram violence hits Nigeria's farmers

The risk of mass starvation in Nigeria, South Sudan, Yemen and Somalia is rapidly rising due to drought and conflict, the UN refugee agency has warned. Farmers in northern Nigeria say their situation is made worse by violence from Boko Haram.

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    The risk of mass starvation in Nigeria, South Sudan, Yemen and Somalia is rapidly rising due to drought and conflict, the UN refugee agency has warned.

    Farmers and herdsmen in northern Nigeria say their situation is made worse by violence from the armed group Boko Haram.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Konduga.


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