Last Tuesday a refugee camp in Borno state, north-east Nigeria was bombarded by the armed forces of Nigeria, causing the death of 52 and the injury of 120 persons.
The Authorities of Nigeria admitted the attack, claiming that they were targeting the Jihadist organization Boko Haram, that operates in the area and that they did a tragic mistake.
Members of Doctors Without Borders were among the dead persons. Their organization denounced the bombing, saying that the victims were unprotected refugees who had already evaded extreme violence situations.
The only thing that is certain is that all refugees must be hosted in places with human living conditions and protected from any possible danger, until they travel to their destination country.
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