Friday, December 19
Boko Haram insurgents kidnapped at least 185 women and children, and killed 32 people in a raid in northeastern Nigeria this week, local officials and residents said.
Wednesday, November 26
The teen girls who murdered 30 in the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri are suspected of being dispatched by Boko Haram.
Saturday, November 15
«Certains ont vu Rs 100 000 se volatiliser de leurs comptes bancaires. D’autres ont perdu jusqu’à Rs 1,6 million...»
Tuesday, November 11
A suicide attacker disguised as a student detonated a bomb at a boarding school in northern Nigeria on Monday morning, killing nearly 50 boys who were between 10 and 20 years old, officials and witnesses said.
Sunday, October 19
Nigeria’s government said it signed a cease-fire with the Islamist insurgency Boko Haram against which it has fought a six-year conflict costing thousands of lives, including a promise to return 219 kidnapped teenage girls.
Wednesday, August 20
LAGOS, Nigeria — Africa's most populous country is scrambling to avoid the fate of nearby nations that have failed to prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
Thursday, August 07
Nigeria’s health minister has declared a health emergency as the deadly Ebola virus gained a foothold in Africa’s most populous nation, according to news reports.
Friday, July 18
The Nigerian group Boko Haram is part of a new generation of Islamist extremists.
Thursday, July 17
A new report detailing the extent to which the radical Islamist group Boko Haram is using brutality and murder to spread terror among Nigerian villages reveals that 2,053 people have been killed in 95 attacks in the first half of 2014.
Thursday, June 19
Hours after a suicide bomber detonated explosives packed into a tricycle taxi at an outdoor World Cup viewing site in northeast Nigerian, police said the death toll was 14 with 26 people wounded.