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The Latest: Nigerian Army Says 6 ‘Hoodlums’ Killed | World News

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People peer through windows as party agents inside huddle together to watch votes being counted inside a polling station in Kano, northern Nigeria Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019. Nigerians went to the polls for a presidential election Saturday, one week after a surprise delay for Africa’s largest democracy. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) The Associated Press

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