52 people were killed and 120 others injured in a bombing mistakenly carried out by the Nigerian Air Force on a refugee camp in Borno State

52 people were killed and 120 others injured in a bombing
At least 52 people were killed and 120 others injured in a bombing mistakenly carried out by the Nigerian Air Force on a refugee camp in the northeast city of Rann, Borno State, on Tuesday, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). A spokesperson for MSF, which had been providing aid in the camp, described the incident as a shocking and unacceptable attack on vulnerable people who had already fled extreme violence. The Nigerian military earlier said that the bombing was intended to target Boko Haram militants. The Borno government has ordered hospitals and health agencies to be on standby to provide emergency medical response to victims of the attack. more photos:
52 people were killed and 120 others injured in a bombing

52 people were killed and 120 others injured in a bombing

52 people were killed and 120 others injured in a bombing

52 people were killed and 120 others injured in a bombing mistakenly carried out by the Nigerian Air Force on a refugee camp in Borno State 52 people were killed and 120 others injured in a bombing mistakenly carried out by the Nigerian Air Force on a refugee camp in Borno State Reviewed by lawson james on January 18, 2017 Rating: 5

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