Two Cameroonian Soldiers Killed by Boko Haram Insurgents in a Violent Encounter Inside Nigeria

Two soldiers of Cameroon were killed during a violent encounter with renegades of Boko Haram at Iyawa Mountains inside Nigeria.

Cameroon has been in a continuing dangerous battle with Boko Haram renegades for over two years now.
The notorious rebel group has made over 500 brutal attacks and raids, and about fifty suicide bomb assaults in Cameroon. These attacks and bombings make the Cameroon the second badly targeted country next to Nigeria.

The Cameroonian soldiers reveled that they were able to fight fourteen brutal battles in Amchide, Kolofata, and Bargaram in 2014.

In 2015, the Cameroonian soldiers had encounters with either hundreds or thousands of highly armed Boko Haram rebels mainly from Nigeria, Chad, and Cameroon.

In totality, with more than two years of fighting with Boko Haram; the rebels have killed about 1,300 civilians, 120 military men and kidnapped more than a thousand of people in Cameroon.

Hundreds of schools and business establishments were burned down and forced thousands of people to leave their homes by the Boko Haram insurgents.

Per the figures given by OCHA, there are more than 190,000 Cameroonians who are displaced in the Far North and about 65,000 refugees from the surrounding country of Nigeria.

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