Boko Haram 2 killed in suicide bomb attacks in Cameroon

The source said the attacks took place at around 8 a.m. and no other victim was reported.

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An Iraqi soldier stands next to a wall with a red cross drawn through a slogan of the Islamic State (IS) group, in Fallujah play

An Iraqi soldier stands next to a wall with a red cross drawn through a slogan of the Islamic State (IS) group, in Fallujah

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Two suspected suicide bombers were killed after attempting to launch attacks on Sunday morning in Cameroon, security source told Xinhua.

The source said two young men suspected to be members of Boko Haram killed themselves after detonating bombs attached to them at the entrance of market in Mora, a small town in Far North Region near the border with Nigeria.

The source said the attacks took place at around 8 a.m. and no other victim was reported.

The Lake Chad Basin Commission formed multinational forces stationed at Mora , with
particular objective of eradicating terrorist threat in the region. 

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