Two suicide car bombs kill 9 at military church in Nigeria
KADUNA, Nigeria Nov 25 (Reuters) - Two suicide car bombs were detonated at a church inside the Jaji military barracks in Nigeria's northern Kaduna state on Sunday, killing at least 9 people and wounding dozens, a military source said.
"A Kia branded car drove into the church premises ... and detonated," a military source who witnessed the bombings told Reuters, asking not to be named.
"Then an ash-coloured Toyota Camry drove in and exploded while people came to help after the first bomb. Most people died from the second blast," he said.
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