Koshebe massacre

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The Koshebe massacre took place on 28 November 2020 in the village of Koshebe, Borno State, northeastern Nigeria. About 110 civilians, mostly farmers from Sokoto State, were killed; six others were wounded. The attack occurred as they worked in rice fields 31 kilometers (19 miles) to the northeast of the city of Maiduguri.[1] Crops worth millions of Naira were also destroyed in an attack thought to be carried out by

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  1. "Boko Haram Slaughters 43 Farmers in Borno, Destroys Rice Farms - THISDAYLIVE". THISDAY. 28 November 2020. Retrieved 29 November 2020.