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165 Bodies Found After Nigerian Blast

Workers have buried at least 165 people killed in a pipeline explosion, and four bodies were still floating Sunday in tidal mangrove swamps a few miles from the blast site in southern Nigeria, officials said. Up to 200 people were killed Friday when gasoline seeping out of a ruptured pipeline burst into flames in the fishing village of Ilado about 30 miles east of Nigeria’s main city, Lagos. Police suspect that impoverished villagers punctured the pipeline to steal fuel.Full Story

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