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A staff inspects on August 6, 2013 a burnt student hostel in the Government Secondary School of Mamudo in northeast Nigerian Yobe state where Boko Haram gunmen launched gun and explosives attacks on student hostels on July 6, 2013, killing 41 students and a teacher, the group's dealiest in its wave of attacks on schools as part of its armed campaign to establish an Islamic state in the West African nation. Gunfire and explosions shook one northeastern Nigerian town on August 6, 2013 while soldiers slapped a round-the-clock curfew on another in the region hit by waves of insurgent attacks, the military and residents said. Clashes broke out in the town of Gamboru Ngala on the border with Cameroon on Monday night and continued on Tuesday, a resident said. The military had not commented on the situation there and details remained unclear. AFP PHOTO / AMINU ABUBAKAR (Photo credit should read AMINU ABUBAKAR/AFP/Getty Images)
A staff inspects on August 6, 2013 a burnt student hostel in the Government Secondary School of Mamudo in northeast Nigerian Yobe state where Boko Haram gunmen launched gun and explosives attacks on student hostels on July 6, 2013, killing 41 students and a teacher, the group's dealiest in its wave of attacks on schools as part of its armed campaign to establish an Islamic state in the West African nation. Gunfire and explosions shook one northeastern Nigerian town on August 6, 2013 while soldiers slapped a round-the-clock curfew on another in the region hit by waves of insurgent attacks, the military and residents said. Clashes broke out in the town of Gamboru Ngala on the border with Cameroon on Monday night and continued on Tuesday, a resident said. The military had not commented on the situation there and details remained unclear. AFP PHOTO / AMINU ABUBAKAR (Photo credit should read AMINU ABUBAKAR/AFP/Getty Images)

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