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Two suicide bombers have struck Northern Niger, injuring at least 16 people.
An army base in Agadez and a plant run by French nuclear group Areva in Arlit have been hit.
Sources at the barracks say the bomber there was killed but no other lives were lost, although 3 people were injured.
A source at the Areva plant said no employees were killed, but initial reports suggest 13 people were wounded.
The French nuclear reactor condemned the bombings, calling them a “despicable attack” and said it was working with local and French forces.
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