Nigerian ethnic violence: Conflict amplifies religious divide

An imam and a pastor have been mandated to try to heal the divide.

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    For decades, people in northern Nigeria have endured near-constant conflict.

    In Kaduna state, fighting has pitted the majority Muslim population against minority Christians.

     

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Kaduna, Nigeria, on efforts to reconcile the communities.


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