Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Januari 22, 2012

162 killed in attacks in Nigeria

Red Cross officials load bodies into a truck in Nigeria's northern city of Kano January 21, 2012. More than 100 people were killed in bomb attacks and gunfights in Nigeria's second largest city Kano late on Friday, a senior local government security source told Reuters, in the deadliest coordinated strike claimed by Islamist sect Boko Haram to date.

Red Cross officials load bodies into a truck in Nigeria’s northern city of Kano January 21, 2012. More than 100 people were killed in bomb attacks and gunfights in Nigeria’s second largest city Kano late on Friday, a senior local government security source told Reuters, in the deadliest coordinated strike claimed by Islamist sect Boko Haram to date.

Rescue workers carry the bodies of victims killed by multiple explosions and armed assailants in the Marhaba area of the northern Nigerian city of Kano into the morgue at the Murtala Mohammed Specialist Hospital, on January 21, 2012. Coordinated bomb attacks on January 20 targeting security forces and gun battles have killed at least 121 people in Nigeria's second-largest city of Kano, with bodies littering the streets.

A man walks through the ruins of a zonal police headquarters after a bomb attack in Nigeria's northern city of Kano, January 21, 2012. More than 100 people were killed in bomb attacks and gunfights in Nigeria's second largest city Kano late on Friday, a senior local government security source told Reuters, in the deadliest coordinated strike claimed by Islamist sect Boko Haram to date.

A man walks through the ruins of a zonal police headquarters after a bomb attack in Nigeria’s northern city of Kano, January 21, 2012. More than 100 people were killed in bomb attacks and gunfights in Nigeria’s second largest city Kano late on Friday, a senior local government security source told Reuters, in the deadliest coordinated strike claimed by Islamist sectBoko Haram to date.

Smoke rises from the police headquarters as people run for safety in Nigeria's northern city of Kano January 20, 2012. At least six people were killed in a string of bomb blasts on Friday in Nigeria's second city Kano and the authorities imposed a curfew across the city, which has been plagued by an insurgency led by the Islamist sect Boko Haram. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the apparently coordinated attacks.

Red Cross officials carry the victim of a bomb attack on a stretcher during an evacuation in Nigeria's northern city of Kano January 21, 2012. More than 100 people were killed in bomb attacks and gunfights in Nigeria's second largest city Kano late on Friday, a senior local government security source told Reuters, in the deadliest coordinated strike claimed by Islamist sect Boko Haram to date.

A paramedic helps a young man, injured during one of the multiple explosions and shooting attacks, as he leaves the Murtala Mohammed Specialist Hospital in the northern Nigerian city of Kano on January 21, 2012. Bomb attacks targeting security forces and gun battles killed at least 162 people in Nigeria's second-largest city of Kano, sources said, as bodies littered the streets today.

A paramedic helps a young man, injured during one of the multiple explosions and shooting attacks, as he leaves the Murtala Mohammed Specialist Hospital in the northern Nigerian city of Kano on January 21, 2012. Bomb attacks targeting security forces and gun battles killed at least 162 people in Nigeria’s second-largest city of Kano, sources said, as bodies littered the streets today.

A survivor of a bomb attack rests at a hospital bed in Nigeria's northern city of Kano January 21, 2012. More than 100 people were killed in bomb attacks and gunfights in Nigeria's second largest city Kano late on Friday, a senior local government security source told Reuters, in the deadliest coordinated strike claimed by Islamist sect Boko Haram to date.

162 terbunuh serangan berpunca daripada Boko Haram

LAGOS 22 Jan. – Sekurang-kurangnya 143 terbunuh di utara Nigeria berikutan serangan yang dikatakan berpunca daripada kumpulan radikal Islam Boko Haram.

Pihak berkuasa sebuah hospital di sini berkata, jumlah itu berdasarkan jumlah mayat yang berada di hospital terbesar di Kano termasuk yang sudah dituntut ahli keluarga.

Serangan itu dikatakan bermula kelmarin, di bandar dengan jumlah penduduk melebihi sembilan juta orang. – AGENSI


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