epa03055385 A Nigerian protestor adds fuel to burning tyres during a demonstration against the governments removal of fuel subsidy on the second day of a national strike in Lagos, Nigeria 10 January 2012. Nigerian unions urged people on 10 January to keep up protests against the removal of fuel subsidies, which has sparked a second day of strikes that paralysed the country after talks between President Goodluck Jonathan and workers failed to make progress. Three people were killed in demonstrations on 09 January, when an estimated 8 million people took to the streets to protest a government decision on January 1 to stop subsidies on imported petrol, prompting fuel prices to double to 0.80 dollar per litre. EPA/STR
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