Violence in Nigeria

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In Plateau State, Nigeria, waves of religious conflicts had left, at press time, more than 200 dead since the three Christmas Eve bombings in the city of Jos. Jos and the surrounding areas have suffered from bombings, violent protests and riots for years, and the situation remains highly unstable.

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In Plateau State, Nigeria, waves of religious conflicts had left, at press time, more than 200 dead since the three Christmas Eve bombings in the city of Jos. Jos and the surrounding areas have suffered from bombings, violent protests and riots for years, and the situation remains highly unstable.