Anger grows in Nigeria's south over oil spills

Oil production in southern Nigeria is at its highest level in the last two years. But it comes with a cost.

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    Oil production in southern Nigeria is at its highest level in the last two years. But it comes at a cost.

    There is growing anger over pollution that is affecting local communities, anger that is now threatening stability in the region.

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from the Niger Delta.


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