LAGOS, Nigeria — After a Nigerian attempted to blow up a U.S.
jetliner and a homegrown terror group bombed and killed at will, Nigeria
has passed a sweeping anti-terrorism bill.
The law in Africa’s most populous nation gives its president
the power to declare any group a terrorist organization and imprison
convicted members for as long as 20 years. Those who supply “moral
assistance” can face 10 years, and warrantless searches are allowed.
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