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Nigeria slaps fresh charges on imprisoned Shiite leader

Members of the Nigerian police pursue protesters from the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) in Abuja on April 17, 2018. Nigerian police fired teargas for a second day on April 17 at protesters demanding the release of Shiite leader Ibrahim Zakzaky, who has been in jail without charge since December 2015. (AFP / STEFAN HEUNIS)

 

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