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Explosions kill at least 15 in north Nigeria city of Jos

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 Residents say at least 15 people were killed in two bomb explosions at a bus station and motor park in north central Nigeria.

   Iliyasu Aliyu, a Jos resident, told the Associated Press he heard a "loud sound" after finishing evening prayer and heard another blast moments later. He said he counted at least 15 bodies.

   Another resident Mark Lipdo told AP the first explosion went off at a bus stop near a university. The second bomb detonated near a motor park.

   Another attack killed 19 people and injured 17 injured on Wednesday in the northeastern Nigerian town of Biu.

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