Can Nigerian rebels really attack offshore oil?
Nigeria’s infamously audacious rebel consortium, the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), issued a particularly strong threat this morning: to “move [attacks on oil facilities] into the neighboring states of Bayelsa and Rivers before passing through the remaining states of Ondo, Edo, and Akwa Ibom then finally head off-shore.” Yikes. Can they really ...
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