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Nigerian Army kill 40, arrest 18 Boko Haram insurgents in 1 month

The Nigerian Army said it had killed a total of 40 Boko Haram insurgents, arrested 18 and rescued about 230 victims during combat in Sambisa forest in the last one month.

Two Boko Haram commanders killed in Borno

The Nigerian Army on Tuesday said that two Boko Haram commanders were killed in a successful military operation at Alafa in Borno on Sallah day.

Soldiers kill 2 Boko Haram commanders on Sallah Day

Two Boko Haram commanders and deputies to Abubakar Shekau, a factional leader of the terrorists group, were killed in a successful military operations at Alafa in Borno on Sallah day, the News Agency of Nigeria, N AN, reports.

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