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Boko Haram attacks killed 16 people including 11 government troopers

At least 16 people, including 11 government troopers, have been killed during attacks launched by Takfiri terrorists in Nigeria’s northeastern…

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Nigerian army released 25 children cleared of suspected ties with terrorist: UNICEF

The Nigerian army has released 25 children after clearing them of suspected ties with terrorist groups in the country’s restive…

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Daesh claims attacks on soldiers in northeast Nigeria

Militants in northeastern Nigeria killed at least nine people in an attack on Sunday, sources told Reuters on Monday. It…

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22,000 missing in decade-long Boko Haram terrorism in Nigeria: Red Cross

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says more than 20,000 people, mostly children, have gone missing as a…

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Boko Haram Kills 23 Mourners After Nigeria Funeral

Boko Haram gunmen on Saturday killed 23 mourners in Borno state in Nigeria’s restive Northeast after they attended a funeral,…

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Militants have triple bombing attack in Nigeria, kills 30

Triple attack kills 30 in northeast Nigeria: Officials. Militants have launched a triple bombing attack in northeast Nigeria killing a…

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Gunmen kill 43 in several attacks on Nigeria villages

At least 43 people have been killed after gunmen, riding motorbikes, attacked villages in northern Nigeria. The string of attacks…

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Militants ambush soldiers in Niger, 17 killed

Gunmen have ambushed Nigerien soldiers near the Malian border, killing at least 17 soldiers, a government spokesman says. Another 11…

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Boko Haram Kill 21 civilians in Nigeria

Boko Haram fighters killed 21 people when they stormed into a village in northeastern Nigeria and set it on fire,…

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Role of foreign states in focus as Iraq begins trying 900 Daesh suspects

Iraq has begun trying nearly 900 members of the Daesh terrorist group captured in neighboring Syria, a judiciary official says.…

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