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Nigerians Reconsider World Cup Viewing Centers After Attack

Free TV channels in Nigeria don’t show the World Cup.  But for about 25 cents, fans across the country can enjoy the game at "viewing centers," which are often as informal as a television set and a bunch of chairs.   In northeastern Nigeria, where a five-year Islamist insurgency has killed thousands of people and crushed the economy, football is one of the few pleasures left.     Beauty Zopti, a fan, lives in Bauchi, a northern state bordering Yobe, where...

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