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Friday, 20 October, 2000, 00:59 GMT 01:59 UK
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Nigeria reels from ethnic violence
The Red Cross in Nigeria says 20,000 people have been forced from their homes, after ethnic clashes which have left over a 100 people dead.

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Political analyst Cameron Duodo: "It is always extremely dangerous in Nigeria when one ethnic group attacks another"   real 28k
Nigeria reels from ethnic violence
The Red Cross in Nigeria says 20,000 people have been forced from their homes, after ethnic clashes which have left over a 100 people dead.

real 56k
Also:
Political analyst Cameron Duodo: "It is always extremely dangerous in Nigeria when one ethnic group attacks another"   real 28k

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