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Islamic State offshoot kills 100 in Nigeria – security sources

By Reuters
23 November 2018   |   1:30 pm
The course of Nigeria's war against Islamist militants has turned against the government with reports that as many as 100 soldiers have been killed by an Islamic State offshoot since Sunday.

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