Even if the camp was not bombed intentionally, which would be a war crime, “the camp was bombed indiscriminately, violating international humanitarian law,” Human Rights Watch researcher Mausi Segun said in a statement.Calling the bombing accidental doesn’t mean victims should be denied compensation, Segun said. Nigeria’s presidency said a delegation was on the way to Rann. President Muhammadu Buhari recently announced that Boko Haram had been “crushed” and driven out of its strongholds, but attacks continue. The humanitarian crisis created by the insurgency in Nigeria’s northeast has been called one of the worst in the world, and it has crossed into neighboring countries. Boko Haram’s uprising has killed more than 20,000 people and forced 2.6 million from their homes, with the United Nations warning more than 5 million people face starvation.