At least fourteen people are reported dead as fresh violence broke out in Jos, Plateau State capital Monday afternoon.
Trouble started early in the morning when some members of a Muslim group went for Eid el Fitri prayers at a mosque in Gada Biu area of the town and were resisted by Christians living in the area.
By Mid-day, the skirmishes had spread to Dogon Karfe, Massalachin Juma and Unity Junction areas of the town.
While security sources are yet to confirm the number of casualties, early reports indicate at least four people were fatally shot by operatives of the security task force in the town at Unity Junction. More than 50 vehicles and 100 motorcycles were also burnt. - 234next.com