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South Africa embassy closed in Nigeria after threats: minister

Reuters Thursday, 5 September 2019
South Africa has temporarily closed its embassy in Nigeria after threats led to fears for staff safety, Foreign Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor told Reuters, after attacks this week on foreign-owned businesses in South Africa caused a diplomatic spat.
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