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Niger: Troops prevent Boko Haram attack, destroy base
Cat : Terrorism
Date : 01/04/2015                      Reader : 58

H.D.A : WE SUPPORT NIGER IN FIGHTING BOKO HARAM WHICH HAS NO GROUND AFTER NEW REGIME IN NIGERIA!!BOKO HARAM MUST BE DISOLVED BEING TERRORIST BY JOINING ISIS THE AMERICAN STATE IN IRAQ AND SYRIA!!WE URE NEW MUSLIM PRESIDENT TO INTEGRATE BOKO HARAM AFTER LAY DOWN OF WEAPONS AND VIOLENCE ATTITUDE!!DEMOCRACY SHOULD DOMINATE ALL,WITH PEACE AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION!!

 

lasvegassun           4-1-2015

 

Niger: Troops prevent Boko Haram attack, destroy base

 

NIAMEY, Niger (AP) — Niger says its troops fended off an attack on its territory by Boko Haram and destroyed a base used by the Islamic extremists inside neighboring Nigeria.

Niger's Defense Ministry said in a statement Tuesday that the militants tried to attack Bosso, on the border with Nigeria, on Monday. But troops from Niger and Chad — who are helping Nigeria root out the insurgents — intervened, killing 47 militants and destroying several of their vehicles and mortars.

On Saturday, troops from Niger and Chad destroyed a Boko Haram base inside Nigeria, near Talagam, killing 54 militants. Three troops from Niger were wounded.

The two confrontations come as Nigeria elected a former military dictator as its new president amid anger over the insurgency that has claimed thousands of lives.

 


 
 
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