April 16 2012
The government in Cameroon has strengthened its border security after last week's attacks in Nigeria near the nations' mutual border, reports Bloomberg News.
Security officials said that elements of Cameroon's Rapid Intervention Brigade, gendarmerie and police were sent to the frontier to prevent the entry of the attackers, apparently from the Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram.
Some of those wounded in the April 10 attack in Nigeria, which killed 15 people, have been...
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