ADVANCE FOR PUBLICATION ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, AND THEREAFTER - In this photo taken Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019, and provided by the International Rescue Committee (IRC), internally-displaced persons look at destroyed houses following a fire at a camp for those who had fled fighting in surrounding areas, in Monguno town, Borno State, northeastern Nigeria. Nigeria's government acknowledges an extremist resurgence by Boko Haram offshoot in the Islamic State West Africa Province, and the renewed extremist violence may threaten the validity of upcoming Saturday's election in the northeast.
ADVANCE FOR PUBLICATION ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, AND THEREAFTER - In this photo taken Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019, and provided by the International Rescue Committee (IRC), internally-displaced persons look at destroyed houses following a fire at a camp for those who had fled fighting in surrounding areas, in Monguno town, Borno State, northeastern Nigeria. Nigeria's government acknowledges an extremist resurgence by Boko Haram offshoot in the Islamic State West Africa Province, and the renewed extremist violence may threaten the validity of upcoming Saturday's election in the northeast. International Rescue Committee via AP Deborah Peter
ADVANCE FOR PUBLICATION ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, AND THEREAFTER - In this photo taken Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019, and provided by the International Rescue Committee (IRC), internally-displaced persons look at destroyed houses following a fire at a camp for those who had fled fighting in surrounding areas, in Monguno town, Borno State, northeastern Nigeria. Nigeria's government acknowledges an extremist resurgence by Boko Haram offshoot in the Islamic State West Africa Province, and the renewed extremist violence may threaten the validity of upcoming Saturday's election in the northeast. International Rescue Committee via AP Deborah Peter