Boko Haram banned in Nigeria after US bounty announced

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The Islamist group Boko Haram has been officially banned by the Nigerian government and declared a terrorist network.

The move follows an announcement by the United States that it will pay an unprecedented bounty for the capture of key leaders of terror networks in West and North Africa.

Alpa Patel reports

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