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25 Sep 2013 08:33 GMT | Poverty & Development, Africa, Niger, Nigeria
Students in Nigeria are protesting against a shutdown of public universities.
The demonstrations came as a strike over pay by professors entered its third month.
Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from Lagos.
Source: Al Jazeera
Witnesses dispute official account of clash with Boko Haram fighters, just days after deadly attack by group in Borno.
Politics, Africa, Niger, Nigeria
Woman charged and jailed for running illegal orphanage in Lagos, after 25 children were rescued.
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