A picture taken on May 22, 2015 shows Nigeria's commercial capital of Lagos ahead the inauguration of President-elect Mohammadu Buhari on May 29. AFP PHOTO / PIUS UTOMI EKPEI
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The United States Tuesday warned of possible attacks against expatriates and foreign visitors in Nigeria's biggest city, Lagos, during public holidays marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.A similar security warning was given in December last year, while in May 2014 diplomats warned of a possible attack at two Sheraton hotels in Lagos, after a car bombing in the capital, Abuja, killed 19 just days before a major economic summit.Lagos, a melting pot megacity of some 20 million people, has been spared the worst excesses of violence by the Islamist group Boko Haram, whose seven-year insurgency has destroyed Nigeria's northeast.
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