Victims of a blast lie on the ground as fire and smoke rise at a bus park in Abuja, Nigeria, Monday, April 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Kayode Olamikan, File)
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Gunmen broke into a prison in the central Nigerian city of Minna, freeing around 200 inmates, a police spokesman and security sources said.Islamist sect Boko Haram and al Qaeda-linked group Ansaru have been behind several prison raids in recent years, although it was unclear whether they had anything to do with this one.In central Kogi state last month, gunmen used explosives to blow their way into a prison in the city of Lokoja, killing one person and freeing 144 inmates.
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