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14 regular people executed, 13 others absent as Boko Haram fear based oppressors assault Chad



Boko Haram activists murdered 14 Chadian regular citizens and injured five others in a medium-term assault on a fishermens' camp in the northeastern piece of Lake Chad. 

As per reports, the most recent assault struck a camp of anglers close to the town of Kaiga on Lake Chad, which has been tormented by the activists since 2009. 

"The aggressors landed in the night and assaulted the anglers," official Dimoya Souapebe said. Thirteen individuals are absent notwithstanding the 14 murdered, he included. 

In March, Boko Haram activists murdered in any event 23 Chadian warriors in a medium-term assault, one of the deadliest of such assaults inside Chad by the radicals. Chadian warriors are a piece of a U.S.- prepared West African team conveyed to counter Boko Haram. 

The savagery over the previous decade has murdered in excess of 30,000 individuals and constrained around 2 million to leave their homes. 

Boko Haram has been battling for 10 years to cut out an Islamist caliphate in upper east Nigeria and has done ordinary attacks over inexactly monitored outskirts into neighboring Chad, Niger and Cameroon.

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