Four killed by two teenage girl suicide bombers in Nigeria
Two teenage girl suicide bombers attacked the town of Gwoza, in Nigeria's north, killing at least four people.
Colonel Onyema Nwachukwu, spokesman for the military command and control centre in Maiduguri, said the attack was carried out on Monday evening.
He said local defence forces spotted the girls and shot one, detonating her vest and killing only her.
He said the other girl managed to infiltrate the crowded residential area in Borno state and detonated herself, killing four others.
He said several people injured have been taken to a nearby medical facility for treatment.
The military command in Maiduguri also said two soldiers were killed on Sunday after their vehicle hit a homemade explosive planted by Boko Haram insurgents along the Maiduguri-Damboa road.