Nigeria: Water pipeline to oil refinery bombed

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December 23, 2006 13:31

 
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Saboteurs bombed a water pipeline to an oil refinery in southern Nigeria overnight, a military official said Saturday. Brig. Gen. Alfred Ilogho said dynamite had been placed under a water pipe leading to a refinery in Warri, a town in Nigeria's southern Delta state, but that the bombing had not affected production at the refinery.

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