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Poverty and religion fuel Nigeria violence

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The number of people who have been killed in inter-religious violence in the Nigerian city of Jos over the past decade runs into many thousands. The cycle of conflict between Christians and Muslims - most of whom are members of the Hausa people - began in 2001. The BBC's Edward Stourton describes the situation in Jos following the city's most serious recent outbreak of violence in January this year.


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