A bomb blast hit an internally displaced persons (IDP)camp on Friday morning on the outskirts of Adamawa state capital Yola in the northeastern Nigeria, a spokesman for National emergency management agency said.

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The blast is the first such attack on an IDP camp in Nigeria and went off at a camp at a school in the hamlet of Malkohi, spokesman Manzo Ezekiel of the National Emergency Management Agency said.
The six-year insurgency waged by Islamist jihadi group Boko Haram has displaced about 2.1 million people and killed thousands

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