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Nigeria-Securite /: Nigeria-armed attackers kill 18 people in a mosque-controls
Maiduguri, Nigeria, October 26 (Reuters) - armed men circulating Motorcycle killed at least 18 people in a mosque of the state of Niger, in northern Nigeria, said two inhabitants in Reuters, stating that the attack took place around 05:00 in the morning.
"They went directly to the mosque and fire against the faithful without sparing anyone," said one of the witnesses.
At least ten others would have been removed, and more than 20 wounded, according to the testimonies.
The local police did not respond immediately to comment requests. (Report of the Maiduguri office; French version Jean Terzian)
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