Multiple DEAD After Suicide Bombing ATTACK- Here’s What’s Known


AFRICA — Boko Haram militants detonated two suicide bombs in north Cameroon overnight, killing at least six people and wounding dozens according to reports.


Suicide bombings, often carried out by young women recruited by the Islamist militant group in neighboring Nigeria, are becoming almost daily occurrences in Cameroon’s Far North region.

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“There was a double suicide attack last night in Waza in the far north of Cameroon with a toll of six dead, including the three kamikazes (attackers),” said Michel Oumarou, deputy prefect for the town of Waza.


A third suicide bomber was killed by security forces before she was able to detonate her bomb, one of the sources added.

The explosions occurred early in the morning at a school in the town that was used to house the Nigerian refugees who fled the northeast of the country for fear of attacks by the terrorist group.


Cameroonian authorities launched a search and arrest operation against additional terrorists, who apparently fled the scene taking advantage of the chaos created by the explosions.

This new attack comes just hours after Boko Haram militants torched dozens of houses in Bodo, where last Tuesday there was a triple suicide bombing that killed thirty people.

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Boko Haram have increased suicide attacks in the region of Lake Chad after the start of operations of the multinational forces to eliminate the terrorist group.

Boko Haram, which wants to implement Islamic law in Nigeria’s northeast, has launched attacks in Nigeria and neighboring countries including Cameroon over the past few months.

The armed group was using Cameroon’s impoverished far north to stockpile supplies and recruits until the government cracked down last year.

Sources- Reuters and AFF

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