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Violence in Nigeria: At least 50 killed in raids on villages in Zamfara

By France24
23 April 2021   |   9:15 am
Dozens have been killed in a series of raids on communities in Zamfara State, in north-western Nigeria. The region has seen a worrying spike in attacks from gunmen recently. Our correspondent Sam Olukoya tells us more. Also, France is defending the military takeover in Chad in the wake of the president's battlefield death, but the country's opposition says that current arrangements are dangerously fragile. And Ivorians are doing more of their shopping online. By 2025, e-commerce is expected to account for 10 percent of all sales. Our correspondents meet businesses profiting from the trend.

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