Boko Haram Islamists bombed a Christian Church in Adamawa state in Nigeria on Sunday then opened fire on the congregation. 22 people were killed.
The BBC reported:
Earlier on Sunday in neighbouring Adamawa state, gunmen attacked a busy church service in Waga Chakawa village, an army spokesman said.
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They set off bombs and fired into the congregation, killing 22 people, before burning houses and taking residents hostage during a four-hour siege, witnesses told Reuters news agency.
The army suspects Boko Haram of being behind both attacks.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan sacked his military high command earlier this month.