Good News – LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — An Islamic Disclose-linked extremist community blamed for killing hundreds in Nigeria and neighboring West African countries has killed four participants of the Nigerian navy, along side a fashioned, the navy said Saturday.The Islamic Disclose in West Africa Province (ISWAP) killed the protection personnel within the course of an attack within the Askira Uba assign of Borno remark, the assign a war against a rebellion insurgency has been centered for better than a decade.A Nigerian navy spokesperson said its troops killed “several” ISWAP participants in step with the attack, which residents told The Related Press had also focused a armed forces immoral and unfolded over three days.Hassan Chibok, a community chief within the neighboring Chibok council, said a learn room constructing and assorted constructions had been destroyed by the extremist insurgents. “The fundamental college (in Askira Uba) used to be burned down. The fundamental healthcare center used to be also burned down, and the dwelling of the village head,” he said.“In the fierce stumble upon, which is quiet raging at the time of submitting this document, troops supported by the air component of OPHK (Operation HADIN KAI, the code name for the armed forces operation within the northeast) bask in destroyed 5 A-Jet, two A-29, two dragon fight vehicles and nine gun trucks,” the navy’s spokesperson, Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu, said in an announcement.The improvement is one more imprint that the IS-linked community remains a possibility within the northeastern part of Africa’s most populous country despite the Nigerian armed forces’s repeated claims of successes within the war against insurgency particularly after ISWAP misplaced two leaders within the final few months.ISWAP split from Boko Haram in 2016. The rival extremist groups live united in an insurgency against the Nigerian govt that has expanded to neighboring Niger, Chad and Cameroon.Militants within the IS-linked community bask in sought to consolidate their remark within the Lake Chad basin and northeast Nigeria following the loss of life of Boko Haram chief Abubakar Shekau. Despite losing two of its leaders – Abu Musab al-Barnawi and successor Malam Bako — within the final few months, ISWAP continues to goal the Nigerian armed forces and other folks that back troopers.