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What weeks of protests mean for Nigeria’s economy
Oct 21, 2020

What weeks of protests mean for Nigeria’s economy

Demonstrations against police brutality have intensified in Nigeria. Its financial center of Lagos and other regions are now under curfew. Plus, burger or "veggie disk"? European lawmakers review food labels.

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Police brutality protests intensify across Nigeria as curfews further threaten economy

Oct 21, 2020
The protests began as a call to disband an anti-robbery unit of the Nigerian police but have expanded to take on governance and economic issues.
Youths of ENDSARS protesters display the Nigerian flag and a placard in a crowd in support of the ongoing protest against brutality of the Nigerian police force unit called Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
Olukayode Jaiyeola/NurPhoto via Getty Images

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