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Army Crackdown Douses Warfare in Nigerian Oil City

Army and police patrols criss-crossed Nigeria’s southern oil city of Warri on Tuesday as a night curfew appeared to have defused three days of ethnic warfare in which more than 20 people have died. But police said people were still apprehensive, fearing renewed clashes. Residents reported gunfire overnight in areas not covered by the dusk-to-dawn curfew imposed on Monday. “Joint army and police patrols have been intensified in the area, and the fighting on Sunday has been contained,” police spokesman Victor Obasayi said. Full Story

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