This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Nigeria’s Boko Haram takes credit for Lagos explosion Why the U.S. can’t offer effective help to Nigeria Terrorist attacks in Egypt’s Sinai raise fears of ISIS links Nigeria’s Boko Haram takes credit for Lagos explosion In a 16-minute video, Boko Haram chief Abubakar Shekau claimed responsibility for a bombing in Nigeria’s main southern port city of Lagos on June 25, a bombing that the government apparently tried to cover up by saying that it was an accident. There was a huge explosion on June 25 in a shopping mall in Nigeria’s capital city of Abuja, killing 24 people, as we reported at the time, and Boko Haram was assumed responsible for it. However, the second explosion on the same day, in Lagos, was called an accident by the government, apparently to avoid panicking the population. Investigations by the press had already determined that it was a terrorist attack, not an accident, and now Boko Haram is claiming responsibility. A terrorist attack on Lagos could be a significant blow to Nigeria’s economy because Lagos is an international business hub. The target of the Lagos attack was a fuel depot. Fortunately, the female suicide
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