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FILE- An unidentified man shouts slogans near burning tyres during a protest on a major road junction in the commercial capital of Lagos, Nigeria, during a fuel subsidy protest in this file photo dated Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2012, as angry mobs call on the government to keep a cherished consumer subsidy that had kept gas affordable for more than two decades. A 30-minute film documentary called "Fuelling Poverty" has been online for months, but it is revealed Sunday April 21, 2013, that Nigerian officials have refused its director Ishaya Bako permission to show it publicly in this oil-rich nation, as it focuses on the January 2012 protests and the alleged billions of dollars thought to have been swallowed up by greedy companies and the nation's elite.(AP Photo/Sunday Alamba, FILE)