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Nigeria resumes fuel subsidies after fraud review

Nigeria has cleared fuel import subsidies that were on hold while authorities verified they were for real deliveries.

Soldiers deployed as Nigeria fuel strike ends

Nationwide protests over fuel prices in Nigeria have ended, but concern was raised over government's decision to deploy soldiers to the streets.

Jonathan cuts fuel prices, Nigeria protests suspended

Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan has cut petrol prices and mass protests were suspended in an effort to continue talks over suspended fuel subsidies.

Nigerian unions to meet president over fuel strike

Nigerian unions are due to meet with President Goodluck Jonathan to try and come to an agreement after shelved fuel subsidies resulted in a protest.

Talks on hold as Nigeria oil workers continue strike

Nigeria's oil workers have continued their strike against the shelving of its fuel subsidies after talks with trade unions broke down.

Nigeria’s oil workers threaten to down tools

Nigerian oil workers have threatened to halt production as a strike over fuel prices enters its fourth day and secterian tensions simmer.

Nigeria warns fuel strike invites anarchy

As Nigeria's fuel strike entered its third day, the country's government has warned that the crippling protests could result in anarchy.

Eight killed as ethnic violence, fuel chaos haunt Nigeria

Eight people have been killed in Nigeria's north and a mob has torched an Islamic school in the south amid a fuel strike and rising religious tension.

Burning roadblocks mark second day of Nigeria fuel strike

Flaming tyres and debris has signalled the danger of spiralling violence in Nigeria as protests over fuel subsidies continued for a second day.

Nigeria dogged by violent fuel subsidy chaos

Six people have been killed as Nigeria police and protesters continue to clash as tens of thousands demonstrate nationwide over fuel price hikes.

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