Nigeria: Calm returns to Lagos after days of unrest
Sporadic gunshots were heard in Lagos on Friday as security forces patrolled Nigeria's biggest city after days of unrest following the shooting of protesters that sparked condemnation at home and abroad. President Muhammadu Buhari warned demonstrators in a televised address on Thursday not to "unde»»»
Police patrol Nigeria's Lagos after president warns protesters
Amnesty International said 12 people were killed in the incident, with a total of 56 people dead in the unrest across the country Sporadic gunshots were heard in Lagos on Friday as security forces patrolled Nigeria's biggest city after days of unrest following the shooting of protesters that sparke»»»
Nigeria: Clashes Renewed in Lagos Amid Global Condemnations
Violent clashes renewed Thursday in Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city, with gunshots heard and fire broke out in the city’s central prison, a day after the shooting of demonstrators, which sparked condemnation from several countries. An AFP correspondent said it was possible to hear the sound of bullet»»»
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