‘Enough is enough’: Nigerians demand SARS police unit scrapped

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    Protesters in Nigeria are demanding a police unit accused of abuses be disbanded, saying the Special Anti-Robbery Squad are guilty of torture and killings. Anger against the group has spread across the country, sparking several days of demonstrations. In the capital, more than 100 protesters have camped out in front of the country’s police headquarters to make their demands known. Al Jazeera’s Ahmed Idris reports from Abuja, Nigeria. –

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