On 29 June 2024, three coordinated bombings occurred in the northeastern Nigerian town of Gwoza, located in Borno state approximately 100 km (60 mi) southeast of the state capital Maiduguri. According to local officials, a female suicide bomber detonated their explosives during a wedding reception that was immediately followed by another bombing near the town’s general hospital. A third bombing occurred when another assailant sneaked into a burial ceremony and set off their explosives. At least 18 people were killed and 30 others were injured due to the blasts. Following the bombings, the Nigerian military imposed a curfew in Gwoza. No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks; the Boko Haram terrorist group actively operates in Borno and has used female assailants to perpetrate suicide bombings in the past.