Nigeria: As Terrorism Targets Media...

Nigeria: As Terrorism Targets Media...

Abuja : Nigeria | Apr 27, 2012 at 3:22 AM PDT
Source: Africa Headlines
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Newspapers' head office in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, the first such attack on a Nigerian media house in recent times, amplifies the question again: should bombs, bullets and bloodshed define the nation's democracy? According to Mr. Segun Adeniyi, chairman of ThisDay Editorial Board,... FULL ARTICLE AT Africa Headlines
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Police stations in Nigeria have been targeted in a series of recent terror attacks
Police stations in Nigeria have been targeted in a series of recent terror attacks
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