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Nigerian president visits site of deadly bomb attacks as violence continues

The visit came as 10 people were killed during a botched bank robbery. Boko Haram has attacked financial institutions to fund its activities.

Nigeria fuel strike ends after Goodluck Jonathan cuts gas prices (VIDEO)

In a televised address to the nation, Jonathan said his government had approved the gas to be reduced to 97 naira (about $0.60) a liter, "given the hardships being suffered by Nigerians."

Nigerian police investigate Boko Haram sect after UN bombing

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Nigeria's Jonathan campaigns in Kano

Goodluck seeks good votes in northern Nigeria.
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A banner showing Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan is pictured at the start of his presidential campaign at the Lafia Township Stadium in the north central town of Lafia, Nasarawa State, on February 7, 2011. The election will be on April 2. (Piius Utomi Ekpei/AFP/Getty Images)

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan campaigned for reelection in Nigeria's second largest city, Kano.

The northern city has a largely Muslim population and is considered to be key if Jonathan, a Christian from southern Nigeria, is to secure victory in the first round of the April 2 election.

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