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Wednesday, 15 June 2016
42 fishermen bodies butchered by Boko Haram pulled from Lake Chad
bodies of 42 fishermen, who were killed by the Islamist group, Boko Haram, have
been pulled from Lake Chad in Cameroon, the country's military has announced.
The men had been seized on 8 June from the village
of Darak, located near the Nigerian border, by militants who also
killed 10 fishermen in nearby Touboun Ali on 6 June and 32 soldiers
in Bosso, Niger on 3 June.
"Cameroonian sailors and villagers... saw several bodies
floating on the water and immediately alerted security forces,"
Cololenl Nomo Jean Claude told the African news website the Daily Sabah.
"We recovered 42 bodies from the water between Saturday and Sunday. After
identification, we found they were of Cameroonian, Nigerian and Chadian
nationality. The bodies were immediately handed over to the families for