Oil Money Divides Nigeria If you took the gas in your car and traced it to its source, there's an increasing chance that you'd end up not in the Middle East, but in West Africa. NPR's Steve Inskeep traveled to Nigeria for two weeks to see firsthand a country of increasing importance to America's oil-driven economy.

Corruption Clouds Nigeria's Growing Gas Business

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Deadly Oil Skirmish Scars Nigerian Town

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A Rebel or a Thief? One Man's Niger Delta Claim

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Oil Pits Locals Against Companies, Government

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The Race to Share in Nigeria's Oil Bounty

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