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The victims were returning home from Humayun town by a motorcycle when they were ambushed by the armed men belonging to their rival group, led by Haji Mohammed Nawaz MarAfani, SHO of the Humayun police station Shahnawaz Mahar told local reporters.
The armed bandits ambushed three kraals; Lomumua, Kalokume and Lomunyenakwaan in Turkana east and made away with an unknown number of animals.
General Yekini in a statement issued described the report that Captain Zakari Sani and some troops in Benue were ambushed as fake.
Critique: An absolute 'must' for the legions of Sonja Klein fans, "Ambushed by America" will also serve to introduce this truly ingenious and clever writer to a new generation.
The Syrian soldiers also ambushed a group of terrorists near the village of Sukereh in Barraq region in Northern Dara'a, killing 12 militants and wounding several more.
Below is a list of some of the more notable instances of police being killed after they were ambushed.
A security source told the National Iraqi News Agency / nina / today that a joint security force ambushed in depth of Hamrin Mountains, northeast of Baquba, and managed to kill two militants of Daash, pointing out that more than / 18 / Daash militants, including leaders of the organization have been killed in recent months by security ambushes in Hamrin Mountains .
Unidentified militants ambushed an Army patrol on the outskirts of Ras Baalbek in the northeast, the military said.
Summary: Somalia's Al-Qaeda linked Shebab insurgents ambushed President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud Tuesday, the militants said, claiming ...
The offensive was launched on August 1, after eight soldiers were found with their throats cut after being ambushed by militants, and at a time of deep political crisis in Tunisia.
IN A major attack, militants on Friday evening ambushed and killed four policemen in a village near Sopore, around 45 kms from Srinagar.