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Africa In a Nigerian melting pot, living – and loving – despite Boko Haram

Maiduguri has endured Boko Haram attacks for nearly a decade. But many Nigerians here try to carry on with their normal lives – including the city’s tradition of tolerance.

Ryan Lenora Brown/The Christian Science Monitor

It was April 7, 2012, and on the dusty floor of his tiny pharmacy, Vincent Anibueze was waiting to die.

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