A picture taken on March 30, 2015 shows a boy carrying a bundle on his head as a man herds cattle across a section of Lake Chad whose waters border, Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon in the village of Guite. AFP PHOTO/PHILIPPE DESMAZES
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At least 27 people were killed and more than 80 wounded Saturday in a triple suicide bombing on an island in Lake Chad, a security source said in the capital N'Djamena.The deadliest attack on Chad's side of the lake took place on October 10, another triple suicide, which killed 41 people at Baga Sola, according to N'Djamena.The extremists, believed to be hiding out in Nigeria's Sambisa forest and the lake's many islands, are held responsible for 17,000 deaths and for making 2.5 million people homeless in their six-year campaign of violence.
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