(The Mirror) — The memory of her tiny baby’s body lying lifeless in the dust at the base of a tree tortures Amina.
It was less than two months ago she fled through the vast Sambisa forest in north east Nigeria, in a desperate bid to escape Islamic terror group Boko Haram.
She had been held for five years by the group ranked the deadliest terror group in the world, after they snatched her aged 15.
Her baby was just 28 days old and very sick when she finally saw a chance to escape. But for him it was too late. He took his final breath in her arms.
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