Nigerian Army Begins Raids On Boko Haram In Borno

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Nigeria's army has begun operations against militant Islamists in the north-east, military officials say. They say troops raided parts of a game reserve in Borno state where the Boko Haram group has established bases.

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Nigeria's army has begun operations against militant Islamists in the north-east, military officials say. They say troops raided parts of a game reserve in Borno state where the Boko Haram group has established bases.
 
The raids came after states of emergency were declared in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa north-eastern states, where 2,000 people have died since Boko Haram launched an insurgency in 2009.
 
 
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