Glory Ndudi, a Christian, and her five children board a bus headed out of town on Wednesday. The recent bomb attacks that have targeted churches in Kano, Nigeria, have led to an exodus of Christians from the city. Grant Clark/NPR hide caption

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After Bombings, An Exodus From A Nigerian City

In the wake of bombings that targeted churches, Christians are leaving the northern Nigerian city of Kano, a flash point of violence in recent years.

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