Nigeria security: Fears of Boko Haram fade in Borno state

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Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Nigeria security: Fears of Boko Haram fade in Borno state” – below is their description.

Boko Haram now appears to be on the back foot after 12 years of carrying out attacks in Nigeria’s northeastern Borno state.

But security forces have stepped up their campaign against the armed group in recent years and people in Borno say they feel more at ease about venturing out again.

Al Jazeera’s Ahmed Idris reports from Borno State’s capital, Maiduguri.

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