BREAKING: At Least 100 Refugees DEAD In MYSTERIOUS Bombing At Red Cross- Here’s What We Know

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NIGERIA BOMBS RED CROSS — 20 Volunteers; 100 Refugees DEAD.

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Nigeria is the butt of international embarrassment far too often.  But today, their disgustingly inept, pitiful display of tactical intelligence resulted in the needless deaths of scores of innocents.  One tragic mistake by their military left 100 refugees and 20 Red Cross volunteers in body bags.  There is no place for mediocrity in the war on terror.



The nation that became known for its Islamic terrorist enclave ruled by Boko Haram and for it’s inability to protect the daughters of Nigerian families after the Muslim extremists kidnapped close to 300 schoolgirls in 2014.

Since then, the country has been in a absolute turmoil despite it’s leadership just recently boasting that it was ready to take on a bigger role in the global market.  In a country almost equally divided between Christians and Muslims, any sort of social upheaval can set off a chain reaction resulting in civil unrest.  Luckily, today’s event doesn’t seem to be so drastic.


We are not yet sure as to whether or not any Americans were among the volunteers. We will update as needed throughout the day. Thoughts and prayers to the victims.


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