17 Soldiers killed In Ambush In Niger: Government Spokesman

[Independent - Nigeria] - 15/05/2019
A government spokesman for Niger says at least 17 soldiers were killed and 11 went missing in an ambush near the border with Mali on Tuesday. Abdourahamane Zakaria told Reuters that the attack happened near the town of Tongo Tongo, where fighters from an Islamic State affiliate group killed (...)
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