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Villagers in northern Nigeria shot by gunmen

By Reuters
21 December 2022   |   10:35 am
Gunmen killed at least 38 villagers in northwestern Nigeria's Kaduna state, residents and a local community group said on Tuesday, a region chronically marred by armed violence. Olivia Chan reports.

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