World Bulletin/News Desk
Gunmen killed 10 people in an attack on a market and a church in northeast Nigeria before fleeing over the border to Cameroon, police said on Monday.
The attack took place on Sunday in the farming village of Njilang, Adamawa state, near the border.
"The gunmen opened fire in the village market, killing six persons, then proceeded to the church and opened fire there too, killing four more," Adamawa state police spokesman Mohammed Ibrahim said by telephone.
Nine others were being treated in hospital for wounds.
Ibrahim did not know who the culprits were
Violence in the north, particularly along the area where it borders Cameroon, Niger and Chad, shows no sign of letting up.
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