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Islamic State claims it killed and wounded 18 soldiers in northeast Nigeria

Reuters Monday, 30 September 2019
Islamic State said it killed and wounded 18 Nigerian soldiers on Sunday in the northeastern state of Borno, according to its Amaq news agency.
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