A burnt car is seen at the scene of a blast at the Nyanya bus station in Abuja late on May 1, 2014. AFP PHOTO/STRINGER
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Nigeria Friday urged delegates due for the World Economic Forum in Abjua next week "not to let terror win" by staying away after a second bombing in the capital in less than three weeks.A suspected car bomb killed 19 people and wounded 34 Thursday night in the suburb of Nyanya, 8 km from Abuja city center and next to the bush station where a rush hour blast killed 75 people on April 14 . The bombs, along with the abduction of 200 girls from a secondary school in the northeastern village of Chibok near the Cameroon border, threaten to overshadow the WEF conference's emphasis on Africa's positive growth story. Nigeria's government will mount a huge security operation to protect the WEF scheduled for next Wednesday and Thursday.
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