Soldiers of the 25 task force brigade of the Nigerian army ride new motorcycles to provide security on reopened highways, in northeast Nigerian state of Borno, on February 27, 2016. / AFP / STRINGER
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Nigeria's military Tuesday said it has arrested a man accused of spying for Boko Haram in a deadly church bombing five years ago, along with three suspected accomplices.Victor Moses was detained in the town of Alkaleri in northeastern Bauchi state when he went to a mosque and claimed he wanted to convert to Islam, said Brigadier-General Abraham Dusu.Boko Haram, which wants to create a hardline Islamic state in northeast Nigeria, has attacked Christian churches as well as government buildings in its nearly seven-year insurgency.
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