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Protests continue in Lagos, Nigeria, over alleged police brutality

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Protests continue in Lagos, Nigeria, over alleged police brutality

Protests continue in Lagos, Nigeria, over alleged police brutality

Shots were fired in Lagos on Wednesday as protesters continued to demonstrate against alleged police brutality in Nigeria.View on euronews


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