Protesters dead after violent clashes with government forces in Nigeria
There was violent unrest this week in Africa's most-populous country. Demonstrators have stayed off the streets of Lagos, Nigeria, Saturday after a brutal week that saw government forces shoot and kill protesters who were demonstrating against police brutality. Debora Patta reports from Johannesburg.
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