Writings describing Boko Haram are seen on the wall along a street in Bama, in Borno, Nigeria August 31, 2016. Picture taken August 31, 2016. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
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Boko Haram was Sunday blamed for an attack on motorists in northeast Nigeria which left one person dead and underlined the Islamist group's continuing security threat to civilians.The scene of the attack -- Kulukawuya village, 50 kilometers from Maiduguri -- is on a strategic trade route linking the city to Gamboru on the border with Cameroon.In the last two years Boko Haram has carried out near daily deadly attacks on motorists on the highway, making the road unsafe for travelers and forcing the military to later close the road.
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