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Herders Vs. Farmers: A deadly year in Nigeria

Tim McDonnell for NPR Deadly conflicts between farmers and cattle herders in central Nigeria over land and natural resources reached a high point in 2018, according to a new report from Amnesty International. In 2018, more than 2,000 people were killed in such conflicts, the report found. That's more than the previous two

Farmers-Herders Conflict: How Nigerian govt’s failures caused nearly 4,000 deaths – Amnesty International

Editor's note: The Amnesty International Nigeria will today, launchthe report: ‘‘Harvest of Death: Three years of bloody clashes between herders and farmers’'. The report shows the human cost of the cycle of violence between herders and farmers in parts of Nigeria affected by the clashes which resulted in alarming death