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US puts Nigeria on religious freedom blacklist with China, Saudi Arabia

By DW
08 December 2020   |   10:22 am
The US has included Nigeria on a blacklist of nations where "systematic, ongoing, egregious religious freedom violations" are an issue of concern. The move could pave the way for potential sanctions in the future.

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