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Nigeria army accuses international aid agency of feeding Boko Haram terrorists

Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)An international aid agency has been shut down in Nigeria after army bosses accused it of "aiding and abetting" terrorists in the country's war-torn northeast region.Military spokesman Ado Isa said Action Against Hunger gave food and drugs to Boko Haram fighters, despite several warnings from the army not to do so.The army declared the NGO "persona non grata" claiming it had credible evidence from its troops that the charity did not heed its orders."The subversive and (sic) actions of the NGO Action Against Hunger persisted despite several warnings to desist from aiding and abetting terrorists and their atrocities," Isa said in a statement on Thursday.However, Action Against Hunger said it was given no notice or reason b ...