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Car bomb devastates U.N. office in Nigeria
A car laden with explosives blew up at the United Nations office building in Abuja, Nigeria, killing at least 16 people.
This image released by Saharareporters shows firefighters and rescue workers after a large explosion struck the United Nations' main office in Nigeria's capital Abuja Friday Aug. 26, 2011, flattening one wing of the building and killing several people. A U.N. official in Geneva called it a bomb attack. The building, located in the same neighborhood as the U.S. embassy and other diplomatic posts in Abuja, had a huge hole punched in it. (AP Photo/Saharareporters)