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Suicide bomber kills 8, wounds 100 in Nigerian church

A view shows St. Rita's Catholic church in the Malali village, after a bomb attack, in Nigeria's northern city of Kaduna October 28, 2012. A suicide bomber drove a vehicle packed with explosives into a Catholic church in northern Nigeria on Sunday, killing at least three people and triggering reprisal attacks that killed at least two more, witnesses and police said. REUTERS/Stringer

A view shows St. Rita's Catholic church in the Malali village, after a bomb attack, in Nigeria's northern city of Kaduna October 28, 2012. A suicide bomber drove a vehicle packed with explosives into a Catholic church in northern Nigeria on Sunday,...more

A view shows St. Rita's Catholic church in the Malali village, after a bomb attack, in Nigeria's northern city of Kaduna October 28, 2012. A suicide bomber drove a vehicle packed with explosives into a Catholic church in northern Nigeria on Sunday, killing at least three people and triggering reprisal attacks that killed at least two more, witnesses and police said. REUTERS/Stringer
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Victims of a bomb attack wait for treatment at Garkuwan hospital in Nigeria's northern city of Kaduna October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer

Victims of a bomb attack wait for treatment at Garkuwan hospital in Nigeria's northern city of Kaduna October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer

Victims of a bomb attack wait for treatment at Garkuwan hospital in Nigeria's northern city of Kaduna October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer
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