Double bomb attack hits school in north Cameroon - local official

By REUTERS
January 28, 2016 12:18

 
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DOUALA- A double suicide bomb attack hit a school in the town of Kerawa in north Cameroon on Thursday, a local official said, though it was not yet clear how many, if any, were dead or wounded.

"The double attack occurred in the Kerawa public school," the official said. "We have no more information on the situation."

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