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Another Boko-haram insurgence in Borno


In Borno
Many feared dead as Boko Haram detonates explosives inside military barracks
The terrorists were said to have sneaked into the barracks in a tricycle and detonated the explosives strapped to their bodies.
Suspected Boko Haram terrorists  (AFP/File)
Suspected Boko Haram 20, reportedly attacked a market inside 33 Army Artillery barracks, outskirts of Maiduguri, Borno state capital.
According to The Cable which cited a military source, suicide bombers sneaked into the barracks in a tricycle and detonated explosives at a relaxation spot.
"The attackers took advantage of the high influx into the mammy market as a result of the demolition of brothels in the city," the source said.
"The Borno state government has destroyed brothels in the city centre, people now troop to the barracks which is still full of life. The suicide bombers sneaked in and struck within the crowd."
Injured men in hospital after a suicide bomber attack in northeastern Nigeria last month  (AFP)
Many people were said to have been killed in the attack while scores of others sustained injuries. The wounded persons have been evacuated to the Maiduguri Specialist Hospital.
"Not yet certained, the number of dead people. We all ran for our dear life," he said. Death toll bombings increase to 43
The attack comes four days after 31 people were killed while 84 sustained injuries in multiple suicide attacks in Damboa local government area of Borno.

 In Borno Police, Army fight off attack by Boko Haram terrorists
 Boko Haram Update: Death toll in Borno bombings increase to 43
 Boko Haram Shekau leads terrorists in prayer to celebrate Eid
 In Borno Suicide bomber kills self in failed suicide attempt in market
 Boko Haram Update: Bomb blasts kill 31 in Borno state
 In Borno Suicide bomber kills 1 CJTF, injures 4
 In Adamawa Government confirms 1 dead, 2 injured in an explosion in Mubi
 Boko Haram U.S. mourns victims of Damboa attacks in Borno
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In Borno
Many feared dead as Boko Haram detonates explosives inside military barracks. The terrorists were said to have sneaked into the barracks in a tricycle and detonated the explosives strapped to their bodies.

Suspected Boko Haram terrorists  (AFP/File)
Suspected Boko Haram terrorists on Wednesday, June 20, reportedly attacked a market inside 33 Army Artillery barracks, outskirts of Maiduguri, Borno state capital.
According to The Cable which cited a military source, suicide bombers sneaked into the barracks in a tricycle and detonated explosives at a relaxation spot.
"The attackers took advantage of the high influx into the mammy market as a result of the demolition of brothels in the city," the source said. "The Borno state government has destroyed brothels in the city centre, people now troop to the barracks which is still full of life. The suicide bombers sneaked in and struck within the crowd."

Injured men in hospital after a suicide bomber attack in northeastern Nigeria last month  (AFP)
Many people were said to have been killed in the attack while scores of others sustained injuries. The wounded persons have been evacuated to the Maiduguri Specialist Hospital.

"I cannot ascertain the number of dead people. We all ran for our dear life," he said. The attack comes four days after 31 people were killed while 84 sustained injuries in multiple suicide attacks in Damboa local government area of Borno.



 In Borno Police, Army fight off attack by Boko Haram terrorists
 Boko Haram Update: Death toll in Borno bombings increase to 43
 Boko Haram Shekau leads terrorists in prayer to celebrate Eid
 In Borno Suicide bomber kills self in failed suicide attempt in market
 Boko Haram Update: Bomb blasts kill 31 in Borno state
 In Borno Suicide bomber kills 1 CJTF, injures 4
 In Adamawa Government confirms 1 dead, 2 injured in an explosion in Mubi
 Boko Haram U.S. mourns victims of Damboa attacks in Borno
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