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Boko Haram bombs Maiduguri again •Kills 2 police officers •Many soldiers injured •JTF arrests suspected Boko Haram members •NBA condemns SSS

Nigerian Tribune "DREADED Islamic sect, Boko Haram struck again in Maiduguri, Borno State capital on Wednesday, killing two policemen and injuring three soldiers in two separate incidents

which occurred in the town.

The two policemen, it was gathered, were killed while returning from their duty posts in Gwange ward of Maiduguri metropolis while the three soldiers were injured in an explosion which occurred near a military checkpoint in Abaganaram ward. The soldiers were on patrol when the explosion occurred."

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