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A Nigerian Air Force Bell 412 helicopter evacuates the wounded after a Boko Haram attack on a military base in Gashigar, Borno state, October 28, 2018. Image: HQ Nigerian Army/Facebook Aerial ISR platforms from Nigeria and Niger directed Mi-35 helicopter gunships to repel the attack, Nigerian Air Force says FERGUS KELLY OCTOBER 28, 2018 2 MINUTES READFacebookTwitterGoogle+ [ 216 more words ] https://ift.tt/2P9mpxi

Boko Haram attacks Nigeria military base in Gashigar near Niger border
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Boko Haram attacks Nigeria military base in Gashigar near Niger border

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A Nigerian Air Force Bell 412 helicopter evacuates the wounded after a Boko Haram attack on a military base in Gashigar, Borno state, October 28, 2018. Image: HQ Nigerian Army/Facebook

Aerial ISR platforms from Nigeria and Niger directed Mi-35 helicopter gunships to repel the attack, Nigerian Air Force says

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Boko Haram launched a large assault on a military base in Gashigar in Nigeria’s remote northeast region, killing one soldier and injuring four, defense officials said Sunday.

The attack on 145 Battalion in Gashigar, Borno State, began on Saturday, October 27 and continued into early Sunday morning, Nigerian Air Force spokesperson Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola said in a statement posted on Facebook.

A Nigerian Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance platform that was on a mission elsewhere and two Mi-35 helicopter gunships were sent to Gashigar, which is around 43 km (23 miles) northeast of Damasak near the Niger river in northern Borno state.

The ISR platform was joined by another from the Nigerien Air Force and they both identified militants “in 13 gun trucks” advancing towards the camp from two different directions, the statement said. The ISR platforms directed fire from the Mi-35 helicopters and troops on the ground towards the militants, who were forced to retreat.

The militants regrouped outside the camp “but were again engaged by the helicopter gunships and sent scampering in different directions, with several of them killed or injured in the process.”

“One soldier was killed in action while four others were wounded,” the Nigerian army said in a statement posted on Facebook.

Trump: The Saudis “don’t know how to use” U.S. bombs

In August, Saudi-led coalition forces used an American bomb to blow up a school bus in Yemen, reportedly killing at least 51 people, including 40 children.

What he’s saying: In his first public comments on that attack, President Trump told “Axios on HBO” that the killings were “a horror show.” But he declined to say if it’s made him reassess American arms sales to the Saudis.

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“I think it’s a terrible situation. I hated seeing what happened with the bus and the children cause that’s pure — that’s a horror show when you see a thing like that, you saw the bus.”
Why it matters: Yemen is the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, according to the UN. The U.S. has been selling the Saudis weapons to fight the Iran-backed Houthis, and Trump has boasted repeatedly about the size of his Saudi arms deal.

“Axios on HBO” asked Trump whether it bothered him that the Saudi-led coalition has been using U.S. bombs to kill civilians.

“Bother’s not strong enough,” Trump replied. “That was basically people that didn’t know how to use the weapon, which is horrible.”
Axios’ Jim VandeHei then asked Trump if this gave him pause about selling American weapons to the Saudis.

“I don’t want to see that,” Trump replied. “That is a terrible thing. What’s going on in Yemen generally is a terrible thing, and we’re gonna see and we’re looking at Yemen very carefully right now. We are actually studying Yemen very, very carefully.”

I asked if Trump would handle the war differently if he were in the Saudis’ place.

“I’ll be talking about a lot of things with the Saudis,” he continued, “but certainly I wouldn’t be having people that don’t know how to use the weapons shooting at buses with children.”
What’s next: Last week, the U.S. called for a cease-fire, but within two days, per the Washington Post, “the U.S.-backed Saudi-led coalition launched a fresh offensive.”

The war has no end in sight. In a chilling piece, the New York Times Magazine’s Robert Worth reported from the ground in Yemen that “Houthi officials say they have studied the Viet Cong’s tactics, and routinely refer to the war as the quagmire that will bring down the House of Saud.”
The Houthis believe they have a mandate from God to continue their war, Worth’s piece continues. They chant the slogan: “God is great, Death to America, Death to Israel, Curses on the Jews, Victory to Islam.”
The war has become a proxy fight between the Saudi-led coalition and Iran, and has put 14 million people at risk of starving to death.

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