FILE PHOTO: People walk past an Internal Revenue Service signboard along a dusty road in the Bata district in Nigeria's northern city of Kano August 25, 2017. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye/File Photo
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Five people were killed in a suicide bomb attack when Boko Haram raided a remote village in northeast Nigeria, a civilian militia member and the emergency services said Thursday.In August, four members of the CJTF were among five people killed in a Boko Haram ambush on a convoy of trucks under armed escort at Meleri village.In June, Boko Haram gunmen hid in trees and killed eight members of the CJTF outside Kayamla. Eight loggers were killed and their bodies burnt near the village in April.In March 2014, five people were killed and several others wounded when the Nigerian Air Force bombed Kayamla in the mistaken belief it was a Boko Haram camp.About two hours later, a fourth bomber blew up in a nearby village.
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