This file picture taken on February 23, 2017 shows two cattle at a livestock yard in Kaduna, northwest Nigeria. (AFP / STEFAN HEUNIS)
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At least 13 people were killed on Sunday in two separate attacks in central Nigeria's Benue state, an area wracked by clashes between Christian farmers and nomadic cattle herders, local officials said.In the first attack overnight, gunmen believed to be herders invaded Tseadough village killing seven people, including women and children and took one woman captive, according to Kwande local government council head Terdoo Nyor Kenti.The armed herdsmen stormed the village shortly after midnight while the people were asleep.
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