Nigerian Army Kills 34 Alleged Boko Haram Members in Borno StateBy
Nigerian troops killed 34 suspected Boko Haram members in clashes in northern Nigeria’s Borno state Friday, according to a statement from Nigerian army spokesman Sani Usman.
On two occasions, the army repelled attacks from the radical group. It rescued 455 abducted people, who have been taken to an Internally Displaced Persons camp, and recovered vehicles, weapons and ammunition allegedly belonging to the Boko Haram militants, Usman said in the statement.
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