A policeman sitting at the back of a truck makes a phone call before the start of a speak-out session of 'bring back our girls' rally in Lagos June 7, 2014. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
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An explosion killed at least three people outside an army barracks in Nigeria's northeastern city of Gombe on Sunday, witnesses said, as local leaders reported the death count from a string of earlier attacks had reached 110 .Leaders from Gombe's neighbouring state of Borno told journalists on Sunday they had now buried 110 bodies from attacks on nine villages early last week -- giving the first detailed breakdown on the casualties.Traditional leader Lawan Abba Kaka said they had buried 42 corpses at the village of Attagara, 24 at Aganjara, 20 at Agapalawa and smaller numbers at other settlements -- all of them in the Gwoza hills near the border with Cameroon.
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