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The United States now leans on the Niger base because, according to newly-revealed documents, it's the only country that will let them conduct drone operations.
Humanitarian workers discovered 24,000 people sheltering in a makeshift camp in a former militant stronghold, with more than 1,200 dead and hundreds of starving children.
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The attack on the town of Bosso near the border with Nigeria was the deadliest carried out in Niger by Boko Haram in more than a year.
Aid workers are still recovering the bodies, but it appears to be the latest deadly incident during a recent surge of attempted migrant crossings from North Africa to Europe.