Nigeria gang of cattle thieves committed Frenzy: killing 53 people in January

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 Nigeria gang of cattle thieves committed Frenzy: killing 53 people in January


The Agence France-Presse reported in May 4th that the Agence France-Presse reported in April 20th that local residents told Agence France-Presse reporters in April 20th that the latest violence in northern Nigeria killed at least 27 people, highlighting the unstable security situation in the largest economy in West Africa. In April 19th, a number of suspicious cattle thieves launched a retaliatory attack on two villages in the northern Nigeria state of Nigeria, where the local security forces exchanged fire with the gang of cattle thieves. Another resident, Murtala, said, this gang of cattle thieves has intimidated us for many years, not only to steal our cattle, but also to kidnap our people and ask for ransom. U J Manu said that before the attack, villagers had besieged and killed a member of the gang of thieves. The inhabitants of 2 villages armed themselves with locally made guns and fought against the gang of thieves who had higher weapons. According to police, 26 people were killed in an attack on gold miners near the Anka area in early April, and the incident was also done by the gang of cattle thieves. (compiling / Wu Mei) Data map: a large number of innocent people were killed in the refugee camps mistakenly attacked by Nigeria military aircraft. This article source: Reference News Network Editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 Data map: a large number of innocent people were killed in the refugee camps mistakenly attacked by Nigeria military aircraft.