Suspected Boko Haram militants kill nine, abduct dozens in Niger

Suspected Boko Haram militants kill nine, abduct dozens in Niger

Suspected Boko Haram militants kill nine, abduct dozens in Niger

The town is near the city of Diffa, where another attack took place on Wednesday, also blamed on Boko Haram militants.

This is coming, even as reports emanated that suspected Boko Haram militants killed nine people in south-east Niger, and abducted about 30 people, including women and young men.

About 700 Boko Haram insurgents in the restive Borno state have surrendered to Nigerian troops, the Nigerian army said Monday.

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Kablewa Mayor Abari Elh Daouda said they killed eight young people and an elderly man.

"So far, the surrendered terrorists have been making useful statements and it is expected that many more of them will surrender", he stated.

The armed group's members have since 2015 been staging regular attacks in the Diffa region, where Niger has declared a state of emergency. In that incident, two suicide bombers blew themselves up in a refugee camp in the town, killing two other people and injuring 11.

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Chief of Army Staff Tukur Buratai said during an exhibition to mark the week-long Nigerian Army Day Celebration that Nigerian troops had made "tremendous achievement" in the counter insurgency operations.

Boko Haram's insurgency began in northeast Nigeria and has spread to Chad, Cameroon and Niger, claiming more than 20,000 lives and displacing 2.6 million people.

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