January 30 2015
Chadian troops have ousted Boko Haram forces from a northern Nigerian town that had been seized by militants late last year, reports the BBC.
Following two days of fighting, ground and air forces retook the town of Malumfatori, said an official from Niger on Thursday. Boko Haram took over the town in November.
The Chadian troops moved into the town after crossing Lake Chad, said officials from Niger.
Nigeria's defense ministry said its air force was involved in air...
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