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Stung By Boko Haram in Niger, Regional African Troops Push Back

Troops in northern Cameroon set out Friday for a fresh push against Boko Haram militants, a week after the terror group carried out its deadliest attack in Niger in more than a year. The militants raided a military post in Bosso, Niger, killing at least 26 soldiers. Niger’s government said 55 insurgents were also killed. The U.N. refugee agency said about 50,000 residents had fled. General Jacob Kodji, one of Cameroon's top commanders in the north, said troops from Niger and Chad...

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