Accidental Bombing

Two years after Air Force bombing, thousands are still fleeing from Rann

An attack by Boko Haram, nearly two years to the January 17, 2017, bombing of Rann by the Nigerian...

Disaster Looms In Borno Town As Rain Starts

Humanitarian agencies say the town could be completely rendered inaccessible when the rainy season sets in in earnest.
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UN Says Rann Tragedy Will Bring Better Days For IDPs in Nigeria

The United Nations has promised that it will do more for the Internally Displaced Persons in North Eastern Nigeria following the unfortunate accidental airstrike by a Nigerian Air Force Jet fighter that led to the death of over 200 people.

Accidental Bombing: 236 People Buried In Rann

Following the accidental bombing of an Internally Displaced Persons Camp in Rann community in Kala-Balge Local Government Area of Borno State, a total of 234 people who were killed in the incident have been buried.
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Accidental Bombing: MSF Puts Death Toll At 170

International medical charity, Medicine Sans Frontier, MSF, commonly known as Doctors without Borders, has said that as many as 170 persons may have been killed as a result of the bombing that took place in an Internally Displaced Persons Camp, in Rann, Borno state.

NAF Investigates Accidental Air Strike

The Nigerian Air Force, NAF, has constituted a board of senior officers to investigate the accidental air strike that occurred at an Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, camp in Rann, Borno State.
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