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Hundreds flee abusive Nigerian “school” before police raid

By Reuters
16 October 2019   |   11:15 am
Hundreds of captives who were beaten, abused and held in squalid conditions at a purported Islamic school in northern Nigeria escaped prior to a raid this week, police said on Tuesday.

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