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Unrest in Nigeria's Lagos despite curfew

Men carry sticks and block a road in Lagos, Nigeria, in a still image taken from TV footage shot through a vehicle windshield, October 23.   via Reuters TV

Men carry sticks and block a road in Lagos, Nigeria, in a still image taken from TV footage shot through a vehicle windshield, October 23. via Reuters TV

Men carry sticks and block a road in Lagos, Nigeria, in a still image taken from TV footage shot through a vehicle windshield, October 23. via Reuters TV
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Smoke rises from a fire set by people near a bridge in Ikeja, as Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Smoke rises from a fire set by people near a bridge in Ikeja, as Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Smoke rises from a fire set by people near a bridge in Ikeja, as Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
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The roof of TVC television station in flames in Lagos, October 21. Reuters TV via REUTERS

The roof of TVC television station in flames in Lagos, October 21. Reuters TV via REUTERS

The roof of TVC television station in flames in Lagos, October 21. Reuters TV via REUTERS
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Burnt vehicles are pictured at a damaged police station as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

Burnt vehicles are pictured at a damaged police station as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

Burnt vehicles are pictured at a damaged police station as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
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Fire is seen at the street in Lagos, October 21. via REUTERS

Fire is seen at the street in Lagos, October 21. via REUTERS

Fire is seen at the street in Lagos, October 21. via REUTERS
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Police officers join civilians in removing barricades from a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Police officers join civilians in removing barricades from a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Police officers join civilians in removing barricades from a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
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A damaged Shoprite store is seen in Lekki district of Lagos, October 22.   via REUTERS

A damaged Shoprite store is seen in Lekki district of Lagos, October 22. via REUTERS

A damaged Shoprite store is seen in Lekki district of Lagos, October 22. via REUTERS
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People walk along a blocked road, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja  

People walk along a blocked road, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja  

People walk along a blocked road, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja  
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Smoke rises on the horizon in Lagos, October 21. via REUTERS

Smoke rises on the horizon in Lagos, October 21. via REUTERS

Smoke rises on the horizon in Lagos, October 21. via REUTERS
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Men gesture as they stand near police officers along a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde  

Men gesture as they stand near police officers along a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde  

Men gesture as they stand near police officers along a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde  
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People walk near a burnt barricade along Okota road in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

People walk near a burnt barricade along Okota road in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

People walk near a burnt barricade along Okota road in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
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A view shows a burnt bus stop in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A view shows a burnt bus stop in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A view shows a burnt bus stop in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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Burnt vehicles are pictured at a damaged police station as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

Burnt vehicles are pictured at a damaged police station as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

Burnt vehicles are pictured at a damaged police station as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
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A man pushes a wheelbarrow as he crosses a road blocked by barricades at Sabo Yaba, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A man pushes a wheelbarrow as he crosses a road blocked by barricades at Sabo Yaba, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A man pushes a wheelbarrow as he crosses a road blocked by barricades at Sabo Yaba, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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People are seen detained by police at junction of Herbert Macaulay Way and Adekunle Street, in Lagos, October 21.  via REUTERS

People are seen detained by police at junction of Herbert Macaulay Way and Adekunle Street, in Lagos, October 21.  via REUTERS

People are seen detained by police at junction of Herbert Macaulay Way and Adekunle Street, in Lagos, October 21.  via REUTERS
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Military personnel move towards people standing along a blocked road in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Military personnel move towards people standing along a blocked road in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Military personnel move towards people standing along a blocked road in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
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Military officers join civilians in removing a burnt electrical generator from a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Military officers join civilians in removing a burnt electrical generator from a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Military officers join civilians in removing a burnt electrical generator from a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
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A police vehicle is pictured at a police checkpoint that was burnt down as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

A police vehicle is pictured at a police checkpoint that was burnt down as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

A police vehicle is pictured at a police checkpoint that was burnt down as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
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Military personnel stand near a blockage which they moved away from a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Military personnel stand near a blockage which they moved away from a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Military personnel stand near a blockage which they moved away from a street in Ikeja, as Nigeria's Lagos state remains under curfew, October 23. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
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A damaged Shoprite store is seen in Lekki district of Lagos, October 22.   via REUTERS

A damaged Shoprite store is seen in Lekki district of Lagos, October 22. via REUTERS

A damaged Shoprite store is seen in Lekki district of Lagos, October 22. via REUTERS
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A damaged bus is pictured in the Yaba area of Lagos, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A damaged bus is pictured in the Yaba area of Lagos, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A damaged bus is pictured in the Yaba area of Lagos, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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"End Sars Say No" is written on a street during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

"End Sars Say No" is written on a street during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

"End Sars Say No" is written on a street during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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A man rides a motorbike past remains of a burnt barricade at the Yaba area of Lagos, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A man rides a motorbike past remains of a burnt barricade at the Yaba area of Lagos, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A man rides a motorbike past remains of a burnt barricade at the Yaba area of Lagos, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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A view shows remains of a burnt barricade along an empty street in the Yaba area of Lagos, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A view shows remains of a burnt barricade along an empty street in the Yaba area of Lagos, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A view shows remains of a burnt barricade along an empty street in the Yaba area of Lagos, during a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities in Lagos, October 22. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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Smoke rises from a prison in Ikoyi neighbourhood of Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos, October 22.  via REUTERS

Smoke rises from a prison in Ikoyi neighbourhood of Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos, October 22. via REUTERS

Smoke rises from a prison in Ikoyi neighbourhood of Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos, October 22. via REUTERS
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A still image taken from a video obtained by Reuters on October 21. Reuters TV via REUTERS

A still image taken from a video obtained by Reuters on October 21. Reuters TV via REUTERS

A still image taken from a video obtained by Reuters on October 21. Reuters TV via REUTERS
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Burnt vehicles outside TVC television station in Lagos, October 21.  Reuters TV via REUTERS

Burnt vehicles outside TVC television station in Lagos, October 21. Reuters TV via REUTERS

Burnt vehicles outside TVC television station in Lagos, October 21. Reuters TV via REUTERS
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Armed men are seen near burning tires on the street, in Lagos, October 21. UnEarthical/via REUTERS

Armed men are seen near burning tires on the street, in Lagos, October 21. UnEarthical/via REUTERS

Armed men are seen near burning tires on the street, in Lagos, October 21. UnEarthical/via REUTERS
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