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Nigeria: Hundreds of students feared abducted by gunmen

By DW
13 December 2020   |   6:20 am
An armed gang has stormed a secondary school in northern Nigeria, prompting a shootout with the country's military and police. Search and rescue operations are underway to find the scores of missing students.

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