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At least 30 dead after attacks in Nigeria

By Reuters
26 January 2024   |   8:11 am
At least 30 people have been killed and several others injured in Nigeria's central Plateau state in a series of attacks around Mangu town, despite a curfew imposed by the state government, a community spokesperson said.

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