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On March 19, 2021, the Islamic State (ISIS) West Africa Province (ISWAP) released a set of images documenting a raid on the village of Katarko, near the city of Damataru in the Yobe Province in Nigeria, responsibility for which was claimed by the organization on March 16. The claim of responsibility states that the organization's fighters burned down several government buildings, a church, an army barracks, and a Red Cross facility. The images also show the fighters burning and desecrating the altar of a church. On March 19, 2021, ISWAP also claimed an attack on a Nigerian Army position in the town of Damasak, in the Borno Province, stating that following the attack the fighters burned a Red Cross building and two vehicles of the organization.
The following images were released by ISWAP:
 Telegram, Al-Tamkin Media, March 19, 2021.
 See MEMRI JTTM Report: Islamic State In West Africa Claims Raid On Town And Torching Of Church, Government, Red Cross Buildings, March 17, 2021.