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Eid-El- Fitr: Police deploy 5,000 personnel for security in Borno

The Police Command in Borno said on Wednesday, that it had deployed about 5,000 policemen to ensure adequate security in the state during the Eid-El-Fitr celebration.

Suicide bomber kills one civillian JTF, injures four

A male suicide bomber strapped with an Improvised Explosive Device has killed one Civilian JTF and injured four others at a security formation at Baga road area in Maiduguri.

Police: Suicide bomber kills self while targeting crowded market

The Borno Police Command on Sunday said tragedy was averted when a suicide bomber heading to the market mistakenly detonated an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) killing himself alone.

Troops uncover explosives near Borno IDP camp

The Nigerian Army on Monday said its troops uncovered an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) planted near the Rann Internally Displaced Persons Camp in Borno State.

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