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ABUJA
, July 24 (Xinhua) -- At least seven people were killed following two suicide blasts which rocked two internally displaced persons (IDP) camps near Nigeria's northeastern city of Maiduguri late Sunday, an official source told Xinhua on Monday.


Some 15 people were also injured in the blasts
, the source, who pleaded for anonymity
, said.


According to the source, two female suicide bombers carried out the attacks in Dalori
, about 4 kilometers from Maiduguri, the capital of the northeastern state of Borno. Most of the IDPs in the camps had gone to bed at the time of the blasts.


Security officials in Borno State are yet to comment on the attacks.


Terror group Boko Haram is most likely to be responsible for the attacks
, local residents said.


On January 30, 2016
, Boko Haram fighters killed at least 86 people and injured 62 others in an attack on a village in Dalori.


Boko Haram has launched more than 40 attacks which have resulted in civilian deaths so far in 2017, according to media reports.


Last month
, Maiduguri was jolted by bombings during Eid al-Fitr celebrations.


Boko Haram has been blamed for the deaths of more than 20,000 people and displacing of 2.3 million others in Nigeria since their insurgency started in 2009.


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By Oliver Trust


BERLIN, Sep. 3 (Xinhua) -- Despite the retirement of five key-figures in the last two years, Germany is still one of the big guns in international football and the big favorite for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.


German head coach Joachim Loew will have to start the qualification campaign against Norway in Oslo this Sunday evening without Bastian Schweinsteiger (Manchester United) and Lukas Podolski (Galatasaray Istanbul) but can still rely on a squad that exudes outstanding quality.


Schweinsteiger and Podolski have retired from international duty as have Philipp Lahm (Bayern Munich), Per Mertesacker (Arsenal) and Miroslav Klose (Lazio). But Loew and the 2014 world champion are far from having to make fundamental changes.


Looking at Loew's decision as to who will follow Schweinsteiger and his predecessor Lahm as captain, it is proof of Germany's inexhaustible reservoir of talented and experienced players. No less a player than probably the world's best goalkeeper, Manuel Neuer, will lead the German team alongside the highly experienced players like Mats Hummels, Jerome Boateng, Thomas Mueller (all Bayern Munich), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid), Mesut Oezil (Arsenal) and Sami Khedira (Juventus Turin) who are backed up by the promising youngsters Leroy Sane (Manchester City), Max Meyer (FC Schalke 04) and Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich).


The new German team seems to be full of confidence after the changes in the squad but still has to prove their determination in a rather easy qualification group with smaller football nations like Northern Ireland, Czech, Azerbaijan, San Marino and Norway.


The new leader Neuer expressed the his team's intention to successfully defend the 2014 World Cup title by demanding "full speed ahead" for the upcoming qualification campaign for Russia.


"We have to and we want to be more dominant in qualifying than we were for Euro 2016 in France," said Neuer when demanding four victories in the four games up until the end 2016.


After the Germans encountered greater problems than they had bargained for after the 2014 World Cup, Loew seems determined to open a new chapter in German football history.


The 56-year-old expressed his intention to defend his World Cup title - a feat only achieved twice in World Cup history. In 1938 Italy successfully defended the title they won in 1934 and Brazil won two successive titles in 1958 and 1962.


"It's our intention to defend the World Cup title has never been done before by a German team," Loew said. "We have a clear plan for the route to Russia. Of course we want to qualify with a good performance. In 2017 we want to use the Confederations Cup as a stage for our younger players. We'll give some of the experienced ones a break to recuperate. Three tournaments in a row are too much looking at the many games some players have with their clubs," continued Loew.


By expressing his concern regarding the country's club football, Loew is trying to ease the rising tension between the German association and the major clubs like Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. Oliver Bierhoff, general manager of the national team, has replied to the attacks made by Bayern Munich's chairman Karlheinz Rummenigge and Borussia Dortmund's CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke who accused the German association of using their players to gain attention and money.


Rummenigge and Watzke both said that the many international games would prove to be a disadvantage for the bigger clubs. "We pay the players a huge amount of money and we see they are burdened with many games in the national team and can't recover properly," Rummenigge said.


On top Rummenigge and Watzke threatened to cut the number of players that will be released by the clubs for the national team. "Our biggest rival in sponsoring is not Borussia Dortmund but the German national team," Rummenigge said. "During the France tournament our players had to do many sponsoring activities with Mercedes whilst our sponsor partner Audi played no role. There has to be changes in the future."


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