Nigerian army in 'final push' to remove Boko Haram

Nigeria's military has begun what it calls the 'final offensive' to retake Boko Haram's last strongholds. For years, Nigeria's Sambisa Forest served as a hide-out for the armed group until they were pushed out by the army in December.

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    Nigeria's military has begun what it calls the "final offensive" to retake Boko Haram's last strongholds.

    For years, Nigeria's Sambisa Forest served as a hide-out for the armed group until they were pushed out by the army in December.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from northern Nigeria.


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