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Benin City

15 May 2021
More than five centuries after his reign, Oba Ewuare’s legacy is still alive in Benin City. He is remembered for his mystical powers, promoting arts and the bronze figures that have stood the test of time.
16 May 2018
Every year thousands of Nigerian women are forced into prostitution with promises of a new life in Europe. Most are transited through Benin City in southern Nigeria. Now a task force has been set up to crack down on traffickers and help their victims.

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