At least four bodies of villagers slashed to death by terror group Boko Haram were recovered early Friday in Guederou, a village in Cameroon's Far North region, Cameroon's army said on Friday, Trend reports citing Sputnik.
The villagers were going about their daily activities when the militants struck, killing them and injuring some others on Thursday night, according to the army.
"Following the rapid intervention from the Cameroon army, two Boko Haram terrorists were neutralized and several others injured," the army said in a statement.
On Tuesday, the group also attacked Kalagari, another locality in Far North region and chopped off the ears of "several" women, according to local authorities.
Boko Haram has killed about 2,000 people in Cameroon since 2014, according to local media quoting international NGOs.