YAOUNDE, Jan 8 (Reuters) – At least 13 people includingchildren died when a suicide bomber blew herself in a crowd thatwas fleeing an armed attack in northern Cameroon on Friday, aU.N. security report said.No group immediately claimed responsibility for the blast,or for the attack on the town of Mozogo in the Far North Region,near the border with Nigeria.The assailants struck early in the morning, firing guns intothe air, according to the note seen by Reuters.”Frightened, the population fled into the park. It was atthis point that a woman carrying an explosive charge allegedlyentered the fleeing crowd and detonated her charge,” the notesaid.Victims included men, women and children, it added.Fighters from the Boko Haram militant group, which had beentrying to carve out an Islamic caliphate in northeastern Nigeriafor a decade, have launched attacks across the border in thepast. There was no immediate comment from the government inCameroon.
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