Over 50 Boko Haram fighters killed in Nigeria attack: military

More than fifty Boko Haram fighters have been killed in an attack on a multi-national force in northeastern Nigeria, a military spokesperson said Wednesday.
Two Chadian soldiers belonging to the Multinational Joint Task Force (MMF), an anti-Boko Haram force combining soldiers from Chad, Cameroon, Niger, and Nigeria, died in the assault at Cross Kauwa on Tuesday, Colonel Azem Bermandoa said. Eleven other soldiers were injured.
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Source: timeslive.co.za

File image of Nigerian and Cameroonian troops.
File image of Nigerian and Cameroonian troops.

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