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West should not turn a blind eye to church massacres just because it doesn’t suit the narrative

Gail Walker


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Horror: Soldiers guarding church after attack. Credit: Sunday Alamba/AP

Horror: Soldiers guarding church after attack. Credit: Sunday Alamba/AP

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Horror: Soldiers guarding church after attack. Credit: Sunday Alamba/AP

Trawling online turns up only scant details. You will not establish the definitive death toll or how many children were among those slaughtered at gunpoint in a merciless attack on a sunny morning.

You will struggle to find eyewitness accounts of the horror unleashed on unsuspecting victims. Of the terror that swept over those diving for cover, and the screams and moans of the dying. Of the distraught relatives who ran to the scene. Of the carnage they saw.


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