At least twenty eight people are reported to have been killed and sixty two others injured after suicide bombers struck a town in Northern Cameroun near the border with Nigeria.
The Boko Haram is suspected of carrying out the attack in a market town of Bodo.
At least three suicide bombers were involved.
An eye witness said that at least two of the attackers were teenage girls who had hidden their explosives in sacks of grains.
Under pressure from troops in North Eastern Nigeria, the Boko Haram insurgents have resorted to stepping up cross-border attacks in Cameroun, Niger and Chad.