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Nigeria: UN slams ‘brutality’ against #EndSARS protesters

By DW
22 October 2020   |   11:00 am
The UN and EU have joined the chorus of disapproval against the harsh crackdown on anti-police brutality protesters in Nigeria. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of over 1,000 citizens in Lagos.

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