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13 Jan
Turkey is home to more refugees than any other country in the world, with more than 3 million Syrians and 300,000 Iraqis. But as the country's economic crisis worsens, many Turks feel these refugees have overstayed their welcome. Our correspondents Ludovic de Foucaud, Shona Bhattacharyya and Hussein Asad report from Bolu, a city whose mayor wants all foreigners out of Turkey.
29 Sep 2019
What Ahmed Lawan said about xenophobic attacks on Nigerians
9 Aug 2019
The National Association of Nigerian Students has taken their protests against the killings and assault of Nigerians in South Africa, to the office of the National Diaspora Commission.
12 Jul 2019
'Don't take Nigeria for granted', Senate President, Ahmed Lawan warns South Africa over Xenophobic Attacks
12 Jul 2019
Xenophobic Attacks: Hold South Africa to account for the death of Ndubisi Chukwu
2 Apr 2019
South Africa addresses increasing xenophobic attacks.
27 Feb 2017
Xenophobic attacks - Analysing Nigeria South Africa relation.
24 Feb 2017
Xenophobic attacks in South Africa cause tensions with Nigeria.

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