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Suicide bombers attack Airtel office in Nigeria - Business Standard
Posted On 12/22/2012 16:56:27 by lagosadmin
Initial reports say another office of a telecom firm was also attacked. Firefighters are trying to put out the fire even as men of the military Joint Task Force (JTF) cordoned off the area. Islamist sect Boko Haram has previously targeted phone firms, blowing up telephone masts and offices, saying the companies help the security forces catch its members.[Finish Article ]... Read More



Suicide bombers hit cellphone firms in north Nigeria - Reuters
Posted On 12/22/2012 16:56:07 by lagosadmin


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Suicide bombers strike Nigeria telecom firms - Aljazeera.com
Posted On 12/22/2012 16:56:04 by lagosadmin
The sect wants to impose strict Islamic law on a country of 160 million people split roughly equally between Christians and Muslims. The group has previously targeted churches on Christmas Day and security has been increased in all the major northern cities, although security experts say given the scale of Christian worship in Nigeria they cannot protect everyone.[Finish Article ]... Read More



Twin suicide bombings target 2 major telecoms facilities in northern...
Posted On 12/22/2012 06:56:04 by lagosadmin
Nigeria's army says twin suicide bombings targeted two major mobile phone facilities in this major northern Nigerian city, injuring one civilian. Army spokesman Capt. Iweha Ikedichi said the attacks on the switching stations of South Africa-based MTN Group Ltd. and Bharti Airtel Ltd. of India occurred at about 8 a.m. Saturday in Kano. The stations control the mobile phone network in Kano and neighboring states.

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Suicide Blasts at Nigeria Military Base Kill 11 - ABC News
Posted On 11/25/2012 14:56:04 by lagosadmin
Twin suicide car bombs exploded Sunday at a church inside one of Nigeria's top military bases, killing at least 11 people and wounding another 30 in an embarrassing attack showing the continued insecurity that haunts Africa's most populous nation. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks, but suspicion immediately fell on the radical Islamist sect known as Boko Haram, whose suicide bombers target Sunday worship services in what has become a weekly macabre routine in Nigeria.... Read More



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