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Nigerians defy strike ban after fuel hikes

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A Nigerian union has defied a court ban to launch a general strike in protest at a planned hefty increase in fuel prices, though many businesses and government offices opened as normal. Laura Frykberg reports

Added on the 18/05/2016 18:52:34 - Copyright : Reuters EN

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