Military source: Nigerian army arrests suspected pipeline attackers in Delta

By REUTERS
May 16, 2016 13:12

 
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YENEGOA, Nigeria, - The Nigerian army has arrested several people suspected of having been involved in a recent wave of attacks on pipelines in the restive Delta region, a military source said on Monday.

Nigerian newspapers reported that the army had arested several members of a militant group called Niger Delta Avengers which has claimed a string of attacks in the southern swamps.


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