A series of Christmas Eve attacks in Nigeria have left 32 people dead. Authorities believe the attacks were political, with the aim of sparking sectarian unrest.
Reuters - Explosions in Nigeria's central region killed 32 people on Christmas Eve and six people died in attacks on two churches in the northeast of Africa's most populous nation, officials said on Saturday.
On Friday night, a series of bombs were detonated during Christmas Eve celebrations in villages near the central city of Jos, killing at least 32 people while 74 were in a critical condition, the state police commissioner said.
Date created : 2010-12-25