JOS, Nigeria (Reuters) - The
line dividing Christians from Muslims that runs along a rocky valley in
the central Nigerian town of Jos may not be visible to the eye, but it
burns in the minds of local people.
The mosque lies barely 200 metres (yards) from the main church in
the Congo-Russia neighbourhood, a huddle of tin-roofed homes winding up
a hill, and on its sandy pavements women in Muslim headscarves politely
greet men wearing shiny crucifixes.
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