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It charts the different kinds of assaults waged by the group – including targeted killings, suicide attacks, widespread abduction, burning and looting.
Some of these assaults likely amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity.
None of the children have so far been returned to their parents.
The school, established in 1915, was the first primary school in northeast Nigeria.
The government has failed to adequately protect schools, in the face of Boko Haram’s attacks.
In April 2014, the group abducted 276 schoolgirls from Government Secondary School in Chibok, Borno State.
The overall result is that an entire generation of children in the northeast is being robbed of their right to education, an essential ingredient for their future and for the development of the northeast region, which for years has lagged behind that of other parts of the country.
Without urgent action to address the lack of access to education occasioned by the Boko Haram attacks, the lives of these children could become locked in unending cycles of underachievement and poverty.