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Nigerian Gov. Sets Up Rehabilitation Program for Boko Haram Fighters Who Surrender and Repent

A military coalition of nearly 9,000 soldiers from Cameroon, Nigeria, Chad, Niger and Benin has recently made some major strides in their fight against the radical Islamic terror group Boko Haram, and now, they're asking militants to give up and repent. Boko Haram has killed 10s of thousands in the region, displaced millions and has committed horrific atrocities including mass kidnappings, indiscriminate murders, village raids, mass rape and dozens of suicide bombings.

As the military force begins to take back territory and free thousands of captives, they want to strike a deal with fighters. They've recently announced "Operation Safe Corridor," which will allow repentant terrorists to enter into a camp designed to bring them back into normal life.

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