Jos, Nigeria

Nigerian women take to the streets in Jos, in Plateau state, demanding justice for the 200 people, mostly Christians, slain by Muslim tribesmen over the weekend. "God hears when we cry," read one sign. They questioned how the attackers were able to elude a nightly curfew in place since violence in January, which left more than 300 dead, mostly Muslims.
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( Pius Utomi Ekpei / AFP/Getty Images / March 11, 2010 )

Nigerian women take to the streets in Jos, in Plateau state, demanding justice for the 200 people, mostly Christians, slain by Muslim tribesmen over the weekend. "God hears when we cry," read one sign. They questioned how the attackers were able to elude a nightly curfew in place since violence in January, which left more than 300 dead, mostly Muslims.

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