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Nigeria: World Bank panel turns its back on forcibly evicted community

Headline Title:  Nigeria: World Bank panel turns its back on forcibly evicted community 18 July 2014 The decision by a World Bank Inspection Panel to refuse to investigate a complaint about forced evictions linked to a World Bank project in Lagos shows a complete disregard for its responsibilities, Amnesty International said today. On Thursday evening, the Inspection Panel published its decision to halt the process to seek solutions for some of those made homeless in February 2013 when some 9,000 people were forcibly evicted from an informal settlement in the city’s Badia East community.…

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