surging bloodshed strains 'marriage of irreconcilables'

By Isaac Abrak, Tim Cocks and Pascal Fletcher UNGWAN GATA/ABUJA Nigeria (Reuters) - When Fulani raiders carrying rifles, machetes and clubs stormed his village one night last month, Pius Nna was stunned to see his teenage nephew among them. Sitting in a courtyard littered with rubble, Nna told how his sister's son, whose father is a Muslim Fulani, had led the raiders to burn down his farm in the ...
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Added April 28, 2014
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