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(Worthy News) - The mass trials of over 6,600 suspects believed to be members of Islamic radical group Boko Haram have begun in Nigeria, and are being carried out in secret by civilian court judges at a military facility in Kainji town.
As BBC News reported, close to 20,000 people have been slaughtered in Boko Haram's insurgency in the country, which began in 2009.
The terror group has slaughtered Christians, Muslims, children, and many other civilians in their war against the government, with a driven mission to eradicate Christianity from the country.
Up to 1,670 people suspected of being part of the terror group are being tried in the coming weeks, with another 5,000 people awaiting trial after that. [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]
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