A picture taken on February 17, 2015 shows a Cameroonian soldier walking in the Cameroonian town of Fotokol, on the border with Nigeria. AFP PHOTO/REINNIER KAZE
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A pair of women suicide bombers killed four people and left a trail of injury in north Cameroon Thursday, the second such attacks this week in a region targeted by Nigeria's Boko Haram extremists.Only two attacks in the town of Kerawa were successful and three others were foiled, a member of a local vigilante group said. The member of the vigilante committee set up to ward off such attacks said the assailants were both women and confirmed that six people had died in all, including the bombers.Kerawa was the scene of one such assault in September in which 20 people were killed.And on Monday, at least 37 people died in four suicide attacks at a market in Bodo, also in Cameroon's extreme north.
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