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Hundreds more freed from torture in third Nigerian 'school' raid in a month

Reuters Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Police freed about 500 men and boys from an Islamic school in northern Nigeria on Wednesday where some had been chained to walls, molested and beaten, police sources said.
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