Jul 14, 2015

US condemns 'horrific' attacks by Boko Haram - Vanguard News

The United States on Monday roundly condemned Boko Haram’s “horrific and indiscriminate” attack targeting civilians in Chad, as well as recent assaults elsewhere in Africa by the radical militants. Four people died in a suicide blast in the restive city of Maiduguri, while at least 11 people were killed when two women blew themselves up

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