The latest incident occurred Wednesday in the border town of Mora, where the Cameroon military attacked what appeared to be a wedding celebration, but was either a Boko Haram disguise or their use of a civilian wedding party as a distraction before an attack.
"Look over there, a few kilometers from here, it is Nigeria. We heard people dancing and singing like in a wedding feast," said witness Bevina Paul. Shooting and explosions then began, and the Cameroon military said that, in addition to the 10 deaths, vehicles and a large quantity of weapons were confiscated.
Forty suspected Boko Haram members were detained last week in the Cameroon town of Maroua, and a market was sealed off where weapons were believed to have been hidden.
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