Nigeria imposes curfews in capital after bombing

By REUTERS
June 29, 2011 13:08

 
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ABUJA - Nigeria has imposed earlier closing times on nightclubs, beer gardens and cinemas in the capital Abuja and banned parking on two of the city's major roads after a bomb attack at police headquarters two weeks ago.

Parks and gardens that admit children must close by 6 p.m. while cinemas, nightclubs, beer parlors and public pool areas must shut by 10 p.m., the Federal Capital Territory Administration said.

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