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In Nigeria, deadly crackdown on protests is followed by more unrest

CBS News Friday, 23 October 2020
Protests against police brutality in Nigeria resulted in bloodshed after government forces opened fire. Now officials are blaming vandals and looters for destruction around the capital. BBC News reporter Meyani Jones has a firsthand look at the damage and what locals are saying about the violence.
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Nigeria's biggest city Lagos and several states were under curfews on Wednesday as unrest rooted in anti-police protests broke out again following a day of violence, including the shooting of civilians by security forces. Libby Hogan reports.

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