Boko Haram, new leaders and new strategy?

The latest series of attacks waged by Nigerian Boko Haram jihadists confirms that the group affiliated with the Islamic State is fully active and still poses a direct threat that extends from Nigeria to Cameroon, Chad, Benin and Niger.
This is demonstrated by the killing of four people and the kidnapping of three women occurred last Tuesday in the village of Kautuva, near the city of Chibok, in northeastern Nigeria, where in April 2014, the Islamist militants kidnapped 276 girls.

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