A morning rush-hour bomb has killed at least 71 people at a Nigerian bus station near the capital Abuja, police said.
Body parts and blood were strewn across the station and an unruly crowd of several hundred onlookers were roaming around with security forces unable to keep them away.
Authorities said 124 people had been wounded so far in the attack.
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