Nigerian militants and a local leader say attackers have bombed oil pipelines 100km apart, the fifth attack this month in response to a military campaign in Nigeria’s southern, petroleum-producing Niger Delta. Community leader Stephen Igwe says two other explosions blasted Italian company Agip’s Tebidaba-Brass pipeline. An Avengers statement warns of “continuous attacks” in retaliation for military raids. It questions the sincerity of government negotiations to address demands for justice and development in the oil-polluted region. Oil companies do not comment on attacks.
After theblood-and-guts first week of July, Boko Haram continues to attack on the north-east. At least 44 dead and 67 injured following two explosions in a mosque and a restaurant.
More blood in Nigeria. At least 44 dead and 67 injured after two explosions near the Yantaya mosque in Yantaya and restaurant in Jos frequented by Muslims, took place Monday, July 6. Terrorist actions, happened in the north-east of the country, were claimed by Boko Haram.
Even in the first week of July Boko Haram violently charged. Sunday, July 5, the terrorist group burned 32 churches and 300 homes in the state of Borno. Thursday 2, however, at least 150 Muslims were killed near two mosques during Ramadan.