July 21, 2000

A Libyan delegation visiting the ancient city of Kano in Nigeria signed an agreement to build an Islamic university there at a cost of about $300 million (Pounds 200 million). Nigerian federal authorities are keeping close watch over the project to prevent the centre being used to train Islamic fundamentalists.

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