(FILES) This file photo taken on February 03, 2016 shows Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari speaking during a plenary assembly at the European Parliament, in Strasbourg, eastern France. / AFP / PATRICK HERTZOG
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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is launching a probe after week-long clashes between Muslim herdsmen and Christian farmers left "hundreds" dead, officials said Monday.The predominantly Muslim Fulani have been blamed for waves of attacks on mainly Christian agrarian groups as tension grows in the central state of Benue over access to land and public services.Despite living in the region for years, the Fulani are not considered indigenous to the area and have reduced access to land, education and political power in the region where most key positions are held by members of Christian ethnic groups.
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