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Search and rescue workers are trying to pull a girl out from under piles of concrete rubble after the collapse of a three-story building in Lagos Island, Nigeria, on Wednesday. Vanessa Ade/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Officials count votes at a polling station in southern Nigeria during the country's election, which came a week later than expected. YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Week Late, Nigeria's Election Unfolds

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Supporters stand on a roof with placards and banners as they attend a campaign rally of the Nigerian opposition leader Atiku Abubakar on Thursday in Jimeta, eastern Nigeria. Luis Tato /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sale Tambaya, a cattle herder in central Nigeria, grazes his cows. After his home state criminalized open grazing in November 2017, he and his family fled with their livestock to a neighboring state where grazing is allowed. Two of his sons died on the journey. Tim McDonnell for NPR hide caption

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Blac Chyna poses with her new face cream, Whitenicious, in a video ad on her Instagram. The ad creates a glamorous image to appeal to a high-end audience for the $250-a-jar product. blacchyna via Instagram/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Mourners attend the burial of people killed in violent clashes in Abuja, Nigeria's capital, between Nigerian soldiers and members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria. Mudashiru Atanda /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Abdul-Azeez Buba, 33, Borno, Nigeria: "Before Boko Haram attacked my community, I was a successful building engineer. I made a lot of money from constructing houses." Etinosa Yvonne Osayimwen/Courtesy of www.etinosayvonne.me hide caption

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Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari, pictured at the White House in April 2018, called for calm and vowed to bring the perpetrators of Sunday's attack to justice. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Lola Omolola is the founder of FIN, a private Facebook group with nearly 1.7 million members that has become a support network for women around the globe. Nolis Anderson for NPR hide caption

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One Woman's Facebook Success Story: A Support Group For 1.7 Million

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A Nigerian sex worker in Italy waits for clients. Antonio Calanni/AP hide caption

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Italian Cops Try To Stop A Sex Trafficking Gang Called Black Axe

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