ISIS In Nigeria Releases Photos Of Dead Soldiers, Church In Flames

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February 5, 2020

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On February 4, 2020, the Islamic State (ISIS) West Africa Province released a photoset documenting a raid it conducted on Askira Uba Village, in Borno State. The photos show the bodies of Nigerian soldiers killed in the raid, a church in flames, and several guns and a vehicle, all appropriated by ISIS. 

Following are some of the photos:

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