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Boko Haram burns down Catholic church in Cameroon

July 28, 2015

Members of Boko Haram attacked two villages in northern Cameroon and burned down a Catholic church, according to a report published by Agence France-Presse.

Three villagers were also beheaded in the attack.

The jihadist group, based in northeastern Nigeria, began launching attacks in neighboring Cameroon, Chad, and Niger in 2013.

 


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