A car bomb targeted a church during Sunday services in the central Nigerian city of Jos, killing two people. It is the latest in a series of deadly attacks in recent months, most of them claimed by Islamist group Boko Haram.
REUTERS - A suicide bomber drove a car packed with explosives into a church in the Nigerian city of Jos on Sunday, killing two people and wounding 38, and Christian youths beat two Muslims to death in revenge.
Crisis in Nigeria
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- Frustration mounts over state of economy in Nigeria
- UN says government-backed militia killed hundreds in DR Congo's Kasai region
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- Pope demands priests' obedience over Ahiara bishop in Nigeria
- Nigeria: Over a dozen people killed in Boko Haram attack on Maiduguri
- Thousands demonstrate for the release of rights activist in Morocco
- The Chibok girls negotiator: Zannah Mustapha led negotiations in Sambisa forest
- Ivory Coast: Three dead in clashes between police and ex-rebels in Bouaké
- Video: Scores of Nigeria's Chibok schoolgirls reunited with their families
- The movement of Biafrans in Nigeria aims for political representation
- Parents of Chibok girls find out if their daughters are among 82 girls freed
- Boko Haram refugees: Niger's 'silent humanitarian crisis'
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Date created : 2012-02-26