Nigeria: 85 people released from captivity

Sunday, 6 November, 2016 - 20:45

Nigerian military are reported to have freed 85 people (most of them women and children) from the captivity of the radical Islamist group «Boko Haram».

At the same time of the release of the prisoners, a factory for the production of explosive devices has been liquidated. Moreover, during the operation, several militants were eliminated.

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