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Along the Niger-Nigeria border, just like other areas where militants are active, hundreds of thousands of people are facing food scarcity.

By: Kassie Bracken, Veda Shastri and Kaitlyn Mullin

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Jeffrey Richardson says:

One American dollar equals 300 units of Nigeria's currency …

Jeffrey Richardson says:

How lucky we are…

Sonia Delly says:

gostei da ideia da ajuda com alimentos,mas so não consigo entender como um pais rico com tanta gente passando fome e matança…dói no meu coração

Achote671 says:

P I S S E S me off how people waste food on a daily for the past 100 years while many babies and children DIE DAILY by the thousands since ever since then everybody sleeps so sweet at night shame on you north korea iran china russia should teach usa a lesson and put everybody outta their misery including you and I

mark rigsby says:

Give them guns

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