At least three civilians have been killed in an attack on a village on the northern border of Cameroon

Yaounde on October 16, a village in the extreme north region of Cameroon near the Nigerian border was attacked by members of the extremist organization Boko Haram from the night of 15 to the early morning of 16, killing at least three civilians. The Cameroonian media quoted local residents as saying that members of “Boko Holy Land” attacked a village in Mayo Moscow Tower District in the far north district from the night of 15th to the early morning of 16th, resulting in the killing of at least three civilians and the kidnapping of five others. Most of the villagers had fallen asleep at the time of the incident. Reported that the rescue of the kidnapped people is in progress. < / P > < p > another local source said in an interview that members of “Boko Holy Land” also attacked another border village in the Far North District on the 16th, and the local villagers’ property was looted, but fortunately no casualties were caused. < p > < p > < p > < p > < p > “Boko Holy Land” has frequently launched attacks against civilians and soldiers in the Lake Chad Basin, posing a security threat to neighboring countries such as Nigeria, Chad, Niger and Cameroon.