Nigeria violence: Suicide bombers kill 10 in Maiduguri

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The Nigerian army is struggling to enclose insurgents in Borno state

Four self-murder bombers have killed during slightest 10 people and bleeding many others in a north-eastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri.

The attackers, who enclosed women, detonated their explosives in a Muna district, military said.

No organisation has pronounced it was behind a attack. However, a Islamist belligerent organisation Boko Haram has carried out many attacks in Maiduguri, in Borno state.

It frequently uses womanlike self-murder bombers to launch attacks.

The initial blast happened during about 17:00 GMT, tighten to a organisation of people conducting dusk prayer, murdering seven, state central Bello Dambatta said.

Another assailant detonated explosives inside a residence and a other dual blew themselves adult before reaching their targets, he added.

Boko Haram has been fighting to set adult an Islamic state given 2009.

A news published by US anti-terrorist researchers progressing this year pronounced it is a initial rebellion in story to use some-more women self-murder bombers than men.

Thousands of people have been killed and millions forced to leave their homes by Boko Haram assault in new years.