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Nigerian town starts to emerge from days of clashes

A few market stalls began opening and motorcycle taxis returned tentatively to the streets of Jos on Monday after the Nigerian army quelled clashes between Muslim and Christian gangs which killed hundreds of people. Nuhu Gagara, Plateau state information chief, said there had been no reports of violence overnight and that state governor Jonah Jang would meet with security chiefs to discuss easing a 24-hour curfew imposed on the worst-hit neighbourhoods. (Full Story)

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