Boko Haram and The Nigerian Ceasefire that Never Was : A Road Less Travelled

  Illustration Notes: TRAC Illustration: October 2014: Boko Haram Leadership StructureAttacks following the announced ceasefire between the Nigerian government and Boko Haram of 17 October 2014 exposed the failure of the ceasefire with an ominous message: the persistent vulnerability of northeast Nigeria allows Boko Haram to continue its attacks on villages, kidnappings and murders. Not only has Boko Haram not released the 219 Chibok girls but it abducted 60 additional girls on October 18, 2014.Photo Notes: 2014: Negotiations between Nigerian Government and Boko Haram: A Road Less Travelled

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