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Kano State Police Commissioner Ibrahim Idris speaks on journalists facing trial for allegedly airing the views of people opposed to polio vaccinations in Fm broadcast in northern Nigerian Kano State on February 11, 2013. Health officials in Kano have stepped up immunisation against polio despite the outrage that trailed the killing of nine female polio vaccinators on immunisation duty by gunmen. Meanwhile, two journalists with Wazobia FM radio station have been charged in court with criminal conspiracy and inciting disturbance over the killing of nine female polio vaccinators for allegedly airing the views of people opposed to polio vaccinations and reviving claims that the vaccines are part of a Western plot to harm Muslims. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Kano State Police Commissioner Ibrahim Idris speaks on journalists facing trial for allegedly airing the views of people opposed to polio vaccinations in Fm broadcast in northern Nigerian Kano State on February 11, 2013. Health officials in Kano have stepped up immunisation against polio despite the outrage that trailed the killing of nine female polio vaccinators on immunisation duty by gunmen. Meanwhile, two journalists with Wazobia FM radio station have been charged in court with criminal conspiracy and inciting disturbance over the killing of nine female polio vaccinators for allegedly airing the views of people opposed to polio vaccinations and reviving claims that the vaccines are part of a Western plot to harm Muslims. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)
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