A suicide bomber killed at least 50 people at a mosque in the northeast Nigerian town of Mubi today, a local government official said.   Ahmed Musa, the chairman of Mubi council, said dozens of people had been injured. A rescue official, who did not want to be named, said the death toll was around 30.  Mubi is a town in Adamawa, a state in which Boko Haram militants held territory in 2014, although the

insurgents were pushed out of those areas by troops in early 2015.  The attack bears the hallmark of Boko Haram, which typically mounts suicide attacks in crowded public places, such as mosques and markets. Today’s attack is the highest loss of life since 18 people were killed in neighboring Borno in September. READ MORE