Nigeria: Curfew in Kaduna State After Sectarian Violence Kills 55

HeadlineOct 23, 2018

In Nigeria, authorities have ordered a 24-hour curfew and deployed special forces after sectarian clashes killed 55 people last week. The violence took place in the central state of Kaduna after fighting broke out between youths in a marketplace. Kaduna is home to both Muslim and Christian communities and has seen periods of intense sectarian violence in recent years.

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