Breaking News: Boko Haram bombs bridge linking Nigeria and Cameron

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photo - Boko Haram Destroys Bridge Linking Nigeria To Cameroon
Suspected Boko Haram sect memebers have destroyed a bridge in Gambou Ngala, Borno State, which linked Nigeria to the neighbouring Cameroon.
The attack occured on the outskirts of Gambou Ngala and claimed lives of at least 30 local residents, according to Sahara Reporters. The small bridge linked the immigration checkpoints of both Cameroon and Nigeria. Nobody has claimed responsibility for this latest bombing attack, but residents of Gamboru Ngala strongly suspect Boko Haram.
On Monday, the area was hit by a devastating Boko Haram attack, leaving over 300 of village residents dead. The latest bridge bombong took place on the day of a mass burial in the town. 315 of the 336 victims were buried in a solemn ceremony led by civic and religious leaders.
Yesterday, six villages in the neighbouring Askira-Uba LGA of Borno State were assaulted and ravaged by the terrorists. 
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