Boko Haram’s Brutal Attacks

WASHINGTON D.C., United States of America, October 14, 2015/APO (African Press Organization)/ — Press Statement Mark C. Toner Deputy Department Spokesperson Washington, DC October 13, 2015 The United States strongly condemns Boko Haram’s brutal attacks this past weekend in Baga Sola, Chad, and in Cameroon in villages near Fotokol, Mora, and Seradji-Kerawa, as well as attacks last week in Niger and Nigeria. We send our condolences to the families and loved ones of these latest victims of the group’s unabated and horrific campaign of indiscriminate murder and violence throughout the…

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CAMEROON ARMY SAYS KILLS AT LEAST 10 SUSPECTED BOKO HARAM MILITANTS

ABUJA, June 28 – Cameroon security forces have killed at least 10 suspected Boko Haram militants in three clashes in the north of the country near its border with Nigeria, a senior military official said on Thursday. Cameroon has deployed over 1,000 troops along the long and porous border after it came under pressure from its neighbor for not doing enough to counter the Islamist insurgents, who are suspected of using Cameroon as a base. Boko Haram grabbed global attention after kidnapping more than 200 girls from a school in…

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CAMEROON KILLED 40 BOKO HARAM MILITANTS

KOUSSERI (CAMEROON), June 2 — Cameroon security forces killed some 40 Boko Haram militants in clashes in the country’s far north, state radio said on Sunday. CAMEROON KILLED 40 BOKO HARAM MILITANTS This comes shortly after the release of two Italian priests and a Canadian nun suspected to have been held by the Islamist group. A presidency source confirmed the clashes, which took place west of the town of Kousseri, in the region bordering Nigeria and Chad. Cameroon – which has been criticised by Nigeria for not doing enough to…

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