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Chad sends 2,000 troops to Niger for counterattack on Boko Haram
N'DJAMENA: Chad has sent 2,000 troops to Niger to prepare a counterattack against Boko Haram after the militant group seized a Nigerien town, two senior military sources said on Wednesday. The sources, one at Chadian military command in N'Djamena, and ...
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Chad sends 2,000 troops to Niger after Boko Haram attack
N'Djamena (AFP) - Some 2,000 troops from regional military powerhouse Chad headed to neighbouring Niger on Wednesday, where Boko Haram insurgents inflicted heavy losses in the town of Bosso last week, a military source said. The "heavily armed" soldiers ...
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Amateur VIDEO: ISIS-Linked Boko Haram Fighting in Southeastern Niger
The Islamic State (ISIS / Daesh / ISIL) affiliated Amaq agency uploaded a video on Tuesday which appeared to show Boko Haram fighters clashing with Niger government troops around the town of Bosso in southeastern Niger. The first attack on Bosso by the ...
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Yobe: Boko Haram attacks Kanamma, injures three police officers - Daily Post Nigeria
Daily TrustYobe: Boko Haram attacks Kanamma, injures three police officersDaily Post NigeriaSuspected Boko Haram terrorists, Monday night, launched attack on Kanamma, in Damaturu, the Yobe State capital. Kalamu Sani, a resident of Damaturu told DAILY POST that many locals may have lost their lives. Kanamma is the former base of the sect, ...Boko Haram attacks Yobe town, 2 security men missing Daily TrustBoko Haram raids Yobe town in search of food News24 NigeriaBoko Haram Terrorists Attack Police Station, Military Base In Yobe Leadership Newspapersall 7 news articles »
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Nigeria: Boko Haram May Not Be Nigeria's Biggest Threat
Even as Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari claims to have 'technically defeated Boko Haram,' he's facing another armed rebellion, from a completely different part of the country - and it may be even more serious. Since the beginning of this year, an armed ...
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Boko Haram Militia Attacks Police Station in Northeast Nigeria - Bloomberg
Boko Haram Militia Attacks Police Station in Northeast NigeriaBloombergNigeria's Boko Haram militia injured three policemen when they attacked a police station in the northeastern town of Kanamma, Yobe state Police Commissioner Chika Maidama said by phone on Tuesday. Kanamma is the birth place of the Islamist militant ...
news.google.com 08 Jun 2016 04:05
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Boko Haram: NPS lost 49 officers, to reopen 32 prisons – Controller-General - TODAY.ng
TODAY.ngBoko Haram: NPS lost 49 officers, to reopen 32 prisons – Controller-GeneralTODAY.ngThe Controller General of Nigerian Prisons Service (NPS), Ja'afaru Ahmed, has announced that efforts are being made to re-open the 32 prisons that were closed down when Boko Haram insurgents invaded them. Also, he stated that about 49 officers of the ...and more »
news.google.com 07 Jun 2016 08:45
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The Long Road Back From Boko Haram - NPR
NPRThe Long Road Back From Boko HaramNPROne of the 219 Chibok schoolgirls abducted two years ago by Boko Haram militants returned home last month. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari welcomed her in a televised meeting, promising to support her as she remakes her life and help her return ...The girls learning science in defiance of Boko Haram Q13 FOX'No one ever knew': Boko Haram's reach extends far beyond the Chibok girls Catholic OnlineBoko Haram's Call For Ceasefire Leadership Newspapersall 12 news articles »
news.google.com 07 Jun 2016 04:27
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50,000 flee Niger as Boko Haram attacks
Niamey — About 50,000 people have fled a town in Niger’s troubled southeast after deadly attacks by Boko Haram insurgents, the United Nations said yesterday. The attacks began Friday against a military post in Bosso in Niger’s Diffa region, killing ...
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Boko Haram attacks force 50000 to flee homes in Niger
Hundreds of Boko Haram militants attacked Bosso, killing thirty soldiers from Niger and two from Nigeria, in the deadliest Boko Haram attack since April 2015. At least 112 people were wounded, he said Monday. The welfare of these people and others forced ...
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Boko Haram sponsors: Nigerian government makes new vow - NAIJ.COM
NAIJ.COMBoko Haram sponsors: Nigerian government makes new vowNAIJ.COMSpeaking to lawyers during a protest against the activities of Boko Haram in the country, the attorney general of the federation and minister of justice, Abubakar Malami said the federal government will unravel the root cause of insurgency in Nigeria soon.and more »
news.google.com 07 Jun 2016 03:30
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'No one ever knew': Boko Haram's reach extends far beyond the Chibok girls
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Boko Haram's reign of terror has ended more lives than their Middle Eastern counterparts have and continue to make headlines for their mass kidnapping of the famed Chibok girls but what isn't being widely publicized are ...
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Boko Haram Aren't The Only Militants Causing Chaos In Nigeria - Huffington Post
Huffington PostBoko Haram Aren't The Only Militants Causing Chaos In NigeriaHuffington PostGas flares burn from pipes at an oil flow station operated by Nigerian Agip Oil Co. Ltd., a division of Eni SpA, in Idu, Nigeria, in September. Nigeria was Africa's biggest oil producer before attacks shrunk production.Nigeria: Buhari's Nigeria - Boko Haram Off Balance, but Other Troubles Surge AllAfrica.comall 1,031 news articles »
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