An attack carried out late on Saturday by unidentified gunmen against a United Nations refugee camp in southwestern Niger left at least two civilians dead, Agence France-Presse reported, citing a humanitarian source it didn’t identify.

The attack also left an undetermined number of wounded people, AFP said. The United Nations’ Tabareybarey camp has accommodated about 10,000 refugees since 2012 from neighboring Mali, which has been mired in violence and instability the past four years.

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