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Nigeria's Lagos locked down after protesters fired on

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

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

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

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

People are seen near burning tires on the street, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. UnEarthical/via REUTERS
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An armed man drags a man through the street, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21.   UnEarthical/via REUTERS

An armed man drags a man through the street, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. UnEarthical/via REUTERS

An armed man drags a man through the street, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. UnEarthical/via REUTERS
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Armed men drag a man through the street, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. UnEarthical/via REUTERS

Armed men drag a man through the street, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. UnEarthical/via REUTERS

Armed men drag a man through the street, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. UnEarthical/via REUTERS
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Nigerian police shoot at protesters in Lagos, October 20.    


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Nigerian police shoot at protesters in Lagos, October 20. Video obtained via REUTERS  

Nigerian police shoot at protesters in Lagos, October 20. Video obtained via REUTERS  
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Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21.   Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government
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Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21.   Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government
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Smoke rises from Lekki in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21.   via Reuters

Smoke rises from Lekki in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. via Reuters

Smoke rises from Lekki in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. via Reuters
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Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21.   Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government
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Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21.  Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government
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Smoke rises from Lagos mainland, Nigeria, October 21.    REUTERS/Jacob Parakilas

Smoke rises from Lagos mainland, Nigeria, October 21. REUTERS/Jacob Parakilas

Smoke rises from Lagos mainland, Nigeria, October 21. REUTERS/Jacob Parakilas
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Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21,   Nigeria. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21, Nigeria. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21, Nigeria. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government
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Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21.   Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government

Lagos State Goveror Babajide Sanwo-Olu visits injured people at a hospital in Lagos, October 21. Ademola Olaniran/Lagos State Government
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People walk despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by authorities statewide, in response to protests against alleged police brutality, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21.  
 REUTERS/Seun Sanni

People walk despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by authorities statewide, in response to protests against alleged police brutality, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

People walk despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by authorities statewide, in response to protests against alleged police brutality, in Lagos, Nigeria, October 21. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
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Demonstrators hold hands as they gather near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja  

Demonstrators hold hands as they gather near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20....more

Demonstrators hold hands as they gather near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja  
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A demonstrator paints 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, on a street during a protest demanding police reform in Lagos, Nigeria, October 20.   REUTERS/Seun Sanni

A demonstrator paints 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, on a street during a protest demanding police reform in Lagos, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

A demonstrator paints 'End Sars', referring to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad police unit, on a street during a protest demanding police reform in Lagos, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
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Demonstrators gather on the street to protest against alleged police brutality, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos, Nigeria, October 20.   REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Demonstrators gather on the street to protest against alleged police brutality, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Demonstrators gather on the street to protest against alleged police brutality, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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A demonstrator sits on a barricade blocking a road near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20.  REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A demonstrator sits on a barricade blocking a road near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. ...more

A demonstrator sits on a barricade blocking a road near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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Demonstrators gather near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20.  
 REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Demonstrators gather near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Demonstrators gather near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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A sign lays on a trash bin blocking a road during a protest, as authorities imposed a round-the-clock curfew on the Nigerian state of Lagos, in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A sign lays on a trash bin blocking a road during a protest, as authorities imposed a round-the-clock curfew on the Nigerian state of Lagos, in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

A sign lays on a trash bin blocking a road during a protest, as authorities imposed a round-the-clock curfew on the Nigerian state of Lagos, in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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Demonstrators gather on the street to protest against alleged police brutality, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos, Nigeria, October 20.   REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Demonstrators gather on the street to protest against alleged police brutality, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Demonstrators gather on the street to protest against alleged police brutality, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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Demonstrators queue to receive food as they gather near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20.   REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Demonstrators queue to receive food as they gather near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. ...more

Demonstrators queue to receive food as they gather near the Lagos State House, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by the authorities on the Nigerian state of Lagos in response to protests against alleged police brutality, Nigeria, October 20. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
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