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Japan to provide $3 million for antiterrorism efforts in Africa

  • February 23, 2018
  • , Mainichi
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Mainichi wrote that Japan will provide about $3 million for efforts to prevent terrorism at the borders of nations in West and Central Africa. Through the World Customs Organization, Japan plans to support border control by providing local customs authorities with equipment to detect chemical agents and devices that could be used for producing explosives. The paper wrote that the GOJ is considering providing the assistance to such nations as Nigeria, Chad, and Cameroon, where Boko Haram is active across borders.

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