Dozens Die as Suspected Muslim Terrorists Target Easter Service in Nigeria
Lawmakers Urge Foreign Terrorist Organization DesignationBy Patrick Goodenough April 9, 2012
(CNSNews.com) – At least 36 people were killed in northern Nigeria’s Kaduna state when a car bomb exploded near a church during an Easter Sunday service.
Some Nigerian media reports said security guards at a checkpoint had prevented the driver of the car from approaching the All Nations Christian Assembly Church building while the service was underway. The blast, which police described as massive, occurred just minutes later. Most of the dead were reported to be people at a market and passers-by.
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