The militant group Boko Haram killed at least 60 people when it renewed its attack on the northeast Nigerian town of Rann.

Amnesty international said the attack was one of the bloodiest in the group’s decade-long insurgency.

It came two weeks after Boko Haram had overrun the same town, driving out Nigerian soldiers and marking its re-emergence as a force capable of taking army bases.

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