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Nigeria: Nigerian Troops Kill 37 Zamfara Bandits, Rescue 80 People - Official

allAfrica.com Monday, 18 February 2019
[Premium Times] Nigerian soldiers killed 37 bandits and rescued 80 kidnapped people in Zamfara in two weeks, an official said.
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