(FILES) -- A file photo taken on April 19, 2011 shows a general view of Jos, the capital of Plateau State during a security operation. AFP PHOTO/Tony KARUMBA
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Gunmen suspected to be herdsmen have killed at least five people in central Nigeria's Plateau state, police said Saturday, in the latest violence linked to tensions over grazing rights.Thursday's attack happened just as President Muhammadu Buhari was rounding up a tour of Plateau and four other flashpoint states. Local media said apart from the incident in Miango, six people were also killed at Ganda village in Bokkos local government area of the state.The police could not immediately confirm the attack.
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