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Why an atrocity in Paris is different from an atrocity in Nigeria

Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama of Nigeria sympathizes with the French victims of Islamist extremism, but wishes some of the same international outrage could be channeled to his country.

"I see the very positive response of the French government tackling this issue of religious violence after the killing of their citizens," Kaigama, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Jos in central Nigeria, said in an interview with the BBC.

"We need that spirit to be spread around, not just when it happens in Europe, (but) when it happens in Nigeria, in Niger, Cameroon and many poor countries, that we mobilize our international resources to confront the people who bring such sadness to many families."

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