Attack On Humanitarian Convoy In Northeast Nigeria Stalls Deliveries, Concerns Aid Groups

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Aid groups fear hold up in relief as U.N. suspends aid in Nigeria after attack
“Major aid agencies in northeast Nigeria said on Friday their operations could be hampered after an attack on a humanitarian convoy prompted the United Nations to temporarily suspend aid deliveries in Borno state, the former stronghold of Boko Haram…” (Guilbert, 7/29).

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