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Soldiers open fire on protesters in Nigeria’s Lagos: Witnesses

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Soldiers open fire on protesters in Nigeria’s Lagos: Witnesses

Soldiers open fire on protesters in Nigeria’s Lagos: Witnesses

Footage posted on social media shows several hundred people demonstrating, in defiance of a curfew imposed hours earlier by authorities.


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