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Pipeline Blast in Nigeria Kills at Least 150

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Pipeline Blast in Nigeria Kills at Least 150

Ofeibea on Nigeria explosion.

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Nigeria In Depth

A ruptured gas pipeline explodes near Lagos, Nigeria, killing at least 150 people, according to police. A Nigerian Red Cross official says the blast occurred as people attempted to siphon fuel from the state-owned line.

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