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Nigeria's Buhari to visit South Africa after attacks

Reuters Saturday, 7 September 2019
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari will visit South Africa next month to reinforce the bonds between the two countries after a wave of deadly riots and xenophobic attacks, the South African presidency said on Saturday.
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