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After Nigerian Bombings, Families Search for Deadi
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Anne Look
May 23, 2014 5:03 PM
The bombing of a busy market area in the central Nigerian city of Jos this week killed at least 130 people. Among them were women street sellers, shoppers and medical students nearing graduation. The blasts, believed to have been the work of militant sect Boko Haram, were the latest in a string of large-scale attacks against civilians. VOA's Anne Look has this report from Jos.

After Nigerian Bombings, Families Search for Dead

Anne Look

Published May 23, 2014

The bombing of a busy market area in the central Nigerian city of Jos this week killed at least 130 people. Among them were women street sellers, shoppers and medical students nearing graduation. The blasts, believed to have been the work of militant sect Boko Haram, were the latest in a string of large-scale attacks against civilians. VOA's Anne Look has this report from Jos.


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