The teen girls who murdered 30 in the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri are suspected of being dispatched by Boko Haram.
Image taken after the attack
Video: Female suicide bombers kill at least 21 in Nigeria
The bombing looks like evidence of Boko Haram's ongoing ability to evade government forces. The Nigerian Army drove the group from Maiduguri following its formation there in 2002, but has since struggled to maintain peace and security across the bustling city of 1 million people.
"While the people were trying to help the injured, the second bomb blasted," a witness, Sani Adamu, told Reuters. "I saw lots of bodies."
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