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The week of industrial action in Nigeria over the scrapping of an oil subsidy has seen violent clashes between police and strikers. It also coincides with an ongoing terrorist campaign by the islamist group Boko Harem in the north of Nigeria. RFI talked to Marc-Antoine Perouse de Montclos of the French Research Institute for Development about how the government is facing up to the double problem of Boko Haram and the strikes.
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