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General - March 19, 2017

Thousands displaced after Lagos police raze slum

Thousands of people have been made homeless in Nigeria after security forces used bullets, tear gas and bulldozers to push them out of a waterfront slum.

Thousands of people have been made homeless in Nigeria after security forces used bullets, tear gas and bulldozers to push them out of a waterfront slum.

Amnesty International, the rights monitor, has condemned the action by the government, calling it a brutal and illegal demolition of the Otodo-Gbame fishing community in Lagos.

Al Jazeera’s Neave Barker reports.

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Source: AMA

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