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Hundreds of Nigerians repatriated from South Africa after attacks

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Hundreds of Nigerians repatriated from South Africa after attacks

Hundreds of Nigerians repatriated from South Africa after attacks

Nigerian airline to return more than 600 nationals in the coming days with victims saying it's 'not safe here'.


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