Nigerian Rebels Threaten Oil Production

Nigerian rebels fighting for control of the oil-producing Niger Delta warn oil companies to shut down production before they declare an all-out war on Oct. 1. The unrest helps push oil prices to $50 a barrel. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and Anna Borzello of the BBC.

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