Nigeria community leaders try to quell farmer-herder conflict

Leaders of rival communities in Nigeria are trying to stop the war between Christian farmers and Muslim cattle herders.

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    Leaders of rival communities in Nigeria are trying to stop the war between Christian farmers and Muslim cattle herders.

    Their disputes over grazing land have killed at least 200 people in the past year in Kaduna State.

     

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Kaduna, southeast Nigeria.


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