Lagos Inferno: The blast that destroyed a Nigerian girl's school

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An explosion in Lagos, Nigeria killed 23 people and destroyed a girls’ boarding school. But what caused it?

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Nigeria protests: Police chief deploys 'all resources' amid street violence

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'Just stop killing us': young Nigerians rise up against brutal police force

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Nigeria clashes trigger global movement against police brutality

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Hundreds loot warehouse as Nigeria protests continue [Video]

Hundreds loot warehouse as Nigeria protests continue

Hundreds of people carried sacks from a warehouse in Bukuru, near Abuja in Nigeria on Saturday, despite the president's call for calm in the country after unrest sparked by police brutality in the country.

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Protesters dead after violent clashes with government forces in Nigeria

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Nigeria protests: 69 people killed in unrest, President Buhari says

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