Maiduguri (Nigeria) (AFP) - Nigeria's military on Tuesday restored the mobile phone service in the embattled city of Maiduguri, a day after a major raid by Islamists which prompted a round-the-clock ban on movements. The phones were switched off in May when a state of emergency was declared in the area, a move the military said would help block Boko Haram from coordinating attacks in the ...
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Added December 03, 2013
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