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ISIS Terrorists Ambush Nigerian Army Convoy, Capture Several Vehicles (Photos)

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On May 8, ISIS announced that its terrorists had ambushed a convoy of the Nigerian Armed Forces (NAF) in the northeastern Nigerian province of Borno.

The convoy was ambushed on the highway linking Maiduguri, the capital of Borno, and the town of Damboa. ISIS’ news agency, Amaq, claimed that several Nigerian service members were killed or injured in the ambush.

Amaq released photos of two pick-ups armed with machine guns and a truck, which were captured by ISIS terrorists in the course of the ambush.

ISIS Terrorists Ambush Nigerian Army Convoy, Capture Several Vehicles (Photos)

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ISIS Terrorists Ambush Nigerian Army Convoy, Capture Several Vehicles (Photos)

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ISIS Terrorists Ambush Nigerian Army Convoy, Capture Several Vehicles (Photos)

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The Islamic State in West Africa (ISWA), formerly known as Boko Haram, is active in Nigeria as well as in Chad, Niger and Cameroon. Boko Haram, which was founded in 2002, was among the first Jihadi groups to join ISIS.

Nigerian government forces dealt a major blow to the terrorist group in the last few years. However, the group’s cells are still farily active in Borno, especially in the area bordering Lake Chad.

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Jens Holm

Those are not ISIS but grasshoppers mde by overpopulation by too good medical and food help by west. We should stop that. Back to good old days, where they as routine starved millions as contraseption.

When I was a child I learned that UN by Unicef and others would help up those people up to a better and longer lived standard of life.

I can only see its as in my overferilized lake nearbye. You can almost cross it on verysmall fish, which also eat each other.

Should we and I support that. I say NO MORE.

So I am for helping and even adopting only the ones, which is for changes, which makes improvements making not so many babies to feed instead.

We see the same in people naming themselves as develloped. Iran is a very good example. 50% are unimplyed, they are nt even able to have enough food and even blame Americans for it.

They cant even upgrade their farming for food even they also only manuel has millions of hands for it. True its more fun to make babies then the next 18 years, but its irresponsiblity of the worst kind.

When organisations fx try to plant trees and by that make wood and take back agrarland – and turn around – the forest is gone. They are happy for good water from below, but are not able to or dont care about repair.

Does people like them deserve someone like us. I dont think so. Inmay places it also seemes only the women works and men decide, what the women has to do.

I really dont get we pay for that kind of culture.

When I see the picture I think: Are we some Gods for them and luck just as grashoppers are bad luck. I kind of think so.

Opefeyitimi Oluwadara Mayokun

Jens Holms, it’s not neccesary to talk if you have no explicit point, all I see you talk is arrant nonsense, get some brain damage assessment

Harsha
Vitex

Nicking stuff from the Nigerians appears to be about the same as nicking stuff from the Saudis

Peter Jennings

Nigeria has lots of oil. Fancy that!
Oil seems to be a magnet for them.

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