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Islamic State says it killed 14 Nigerian soldiers in northeast Borno state: Amaq

Reuters Wednesday, 25 September 2019
Islamic State said via its Amaq news agency that it killed 14 Nigerian soldiers in the northeast state of Borno in attacks on Wednesday.
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