Boko Haram's New Suicide Bombers

The UN children's agency has cautioned that an increase in suicide bombings by Boko Haram may lead inhabitants of north-east Nigeria to perceive even children as dangerous threats.
UNICEF has reported that 27 suicide attacks have occurred so far this year.
They added that last year only 26 suicide attacks occurred.
Women and children carried out three-quarters of all such attacks, with girls aged between approximately seven and 17.
UNICEF estimates that 743,000 children have been uprooted by the nearly six-year-old Islamic uprising, with as many as 10,000 separated from their families in the chaos.