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When Ibrahim was nine years old, Boko Haram militants chopped off his friend's hand and dipped the stump in boiling oil. Much of his family had been butchered by the group; when he was 11, he saw a jihadi shooting his father dead. 'When I think about Boko Haram I have no emotion,' he told MailOnline in Bikari camp in Maiduguri, the wartorn capital of Borno state in northeastern Nigeria . 'I don't think I feel anything any more.'. Ibrahim, 13, is just one of millions of Nigerians displaced by the savage nine-year insurgency, which has claimed over 20,000 lives, triggered malnutrition and disease, and forced entire communities to flee their homes. Now there is a growing fear that the African... Full story

13 February