May 22 2015
The Nigerian military says it has deployed nearly 500 newly trained special operators to fight the Boko Haram militant group in the northeastern part of the country, reports the Daily Trust (Abuja).
The unit, which reportedly has army, air force, navy and police personnel, completed special operations forces training before being deployed, said an army spokesman.
Two more battalions are being trained and will join the anti-Boko Haram operations once that is completed, the...
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