Suspected Boko Haram bomber kills at least six at Nigeria cattle market
A suspected Boko Haram suicide bomber killed at least six people at a cattle market in Nigeria
A suspected Boko Haram suicide bomber killed at least six people on Tuesday at a cattle market in the rural town of Garkida, in Nigeria's northeastern Adamawa state, police said.
Witnesses put the figure higher, saying up to 10 had been killed in the busy market when the blast stuck at shortly before
"The suicide bomber killed six people in Garkida market," said Osman Abubakar, a spokesman for Adamawa police.
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