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Nomadic Herdsmen

11 Feb 2018
Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes in the Nigerian state of Benue as conflicts between nomadic herdsmen and farmers intensify. The disputes, originally about land ownership, are now threatening to develop into ethnic conflicts.

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