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Topic - Eli Lazarus
Nigerian army fighter jets bombed camps belonging to suspected Islamist militants in northeast Nigeria in response to Sunday's attack on an agricultural college, an army spokesman said.
An Iranian semiofficial news agency said there has been another cyberattack by the sophisticated computer worm Stuxnet, this time on the industries in the country's south.
Soldiers arrested 15 people suspected of involvement in the college attack and security has been enforced along main roads in Borno and Yobe, Lazarus said, according to Reuters.
"We used jet fighters to drop bombs on terrorist camps, where many of the insurgents were killed," said Captain Eli Lazarus, military spokesman in Yobe state.