Destruction, tears and blood as Shiites and Police clash in Abuja
By Guardian Exclusive
23 July 2019 | 8:36 am
An undisclosed number of lives were lost on Monday in Abuja following clashes in the Nigerian capital between security forces and members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria.
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