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Nigerian Civilians Caught In Crackdown On Islamists

Oct 18, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Amnesty International says more than 950 people have died in military detention in Nigeria, as the government fights an Islamist insurgency. Civilians are increasingly becoming targets of the Islamists -- and many local people say they are more frightened of government soldiers than the insurgents.

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