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Nigerian Air Force strike on refugee camp kills 52, says MSF

Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said this the Nigerian air force killed at least 52 people in an air strike on a refugee camp. 

The air strike was intended to target Boko Haram fighters, the Nigerian air force said. 

"At least 52 people were killed and 120 wounded," Tim Shenk, a spokesperson for MSF told Reuters. 

"The organisation's medical and surgical teams in the region are preparing to treat evacuated patients," Mr Shank added.

A spokesperson for the International Committee of the Red Cross said that six of its workers were killed and 13 wounded. 

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