People stand and look at a police vehicle, torched by gunmen in Kano, Nigeria, Tuesday April 17 2007. Gunmen attacked a police station in northern Nigeria on Tuesday, torching the building and killing 13 people in the single-deadliest violent incident before weekend presidential elections in Africa's giant. Authorities announced stepped up security measures, as the electoral commission said it would comply with a Supreme Court ruling that Vice President Atiku Abubakar rejoin the race before Saturday's election arranging Nigeria's first-ever transfer of power between elected leaders. People stand and look at a police vehicle, torched by gunmen in Kano, Nigeria, Tuesday April 17 2007. Gunmen attacked a police station in northern Nigeria on Tuesday, torching the building and killing 13 people in the single-deadliest violent incident before weekend presidential elections in Africa's giant. Authorities announced stepped up security measures, as the electoral commission said it would comply with a Supreme Court ruling that Vice President Atiku Abubakar rejoin the race before Saturday's election arranging Nigeria's first-ever transfer of power between elected leaders.
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