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Nigeria protests: Police chief declares crackdown after violence and looting
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Hundreds loot warehouse as Nigeria protests continue
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Armed gangs seen in Lagos as protests continue
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Nigeria president warns protesters; fails to address shooting
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Armed police kick, shoot man in Lagos street
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Fires burn in Nigeria after soldiers shoot protesters
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Nigerian protesters run as gunfire rings out
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Waving flags, they sang Nigeria’s anthem. Then they were shot at
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Nigerian protesters march on Downing Street
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Protests continue in Lagos, Nigeria, over alleged police brutality
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Beyonce 'heartbroken' as violence breaks out amid Nigerian anti-police brutality protests
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Lagos governor appeals for calm after Lekki shooting
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Nigerian soldiers fire at protesters -witnesses
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Shots fired In Lagos during protests against police brutality
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Soldiers open fire on protesters in Nigeria’s Lagos: Witnesses
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'Many dead' after Nigeria security forces shoot on protesters: Amnesty
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Nigeria protests: Rallies disrupt major cities
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Can police brutality in Nigeria be stopped? | Inside Story
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Protesters dead after violent clashes with government forces in NigeriaThere was violent unrest this week in Africa's most-populous country. Demonstrators have stayed off the streets of Lagos, Nigeria, Saturday after a brutal week that saw government forces shoot and kill..
In Nigeria, deadly crackdown on protests is followed by more unrestProtests against police brutality in Nigeria resulted in bloodshed after government forces opened fire. Now officials are blaming vandals and looters for destruction around the capital. BBC News..
Instagram apologizes for incorrectly flagging #EndSARS posts as falseOn social media, in both Nigeria and across the world, supporters of the protesters used #EndSARS to express support for the movement.
Deadly attacks on protests over police brutality, corruption grip NigeriaProtests against police brutality and government corruption are intensifying in Nigeria after days of deadly crackdowns. Amnesty International reports at least a dozen protesters were shot and killed..
Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killedNigeria's army has dubbed as "fake news" reports that soldiers opened fire on demonstrators.
Nigerian forces accused of shooting & killing anti-police-brutality protestersSecurity forces in Nigeria have sparked global outrage after shooting protesters demonstrating against police brutality. Witnesses say several protesters were killed in overnight as people broke a..
Nigeria teacher's math classes go virtualA teacher from a Lagos public school is helping students across Nigeria learn math virtually while dealing with coronavirus restrictions. (Sept 7)
Ballet boy brings hope to poor communityA talented 11-year-old Nigerian boy who has won a ballet scholarship in the U.S. after a cellphone video of him dancing in the rain went viral, has spoken of his surprise and happiness at the turn of..
Man survives for days in underwater air pocket without food or waterNewly-released video shows how a man survived for three days, nearly 100 feet under the surface, in an underwater wreckage, thanks to an air pocket, after his tugboat capsized off the coast of Nigeria...
7 aid workers and guide "cowardly murdered" at giraffe parkSix French citizens and one Nigerien killed were working for NGOs. The other victim was their Nigerien guide.
AP Top Stories July 11 PHere are the top stories for Saturday, July 11th: Search for missing 'Glee' star Rivera continues; 5 dead and 40 arrests in attack on South Africa church; Two dead in Nigeria building collapse;..
Nigeria's president rebukes security chiefs over worsening violenceNigeria's president criticised his heads of security on Thursday for their handling of attacks across the north of the country and said more needs to be done to resolve the problem, the national..
Nigeria's Lagos state suspends plans to reopen places of worshipNigeria's commercial hub Lagos has suspended plans to reopen places of worship after a review of the new coronavirus outbreak, the state governor said on Tuesday.
Nigerian doctors strike for better benefits during coronavirus crisisResident doctors in Nigerian public hospitals went on strike on Monday to demand better benefits as they battle the coronavirus pandemic in Africa's most populous country, the union said.
Militants kill 20 soldiers, 40 civilians in northeast Nigeria attacksIslamic militants killed at least 20 soldiers and more than 40 civilians and injured hundreds in twin attacks in northeast Nigeria's Borno state on Saturday, residents and a civilian task force fighter..
Nigerian minister calls for action on 'alarming' increase in rapes during coronavirus lockdownNigerian Minister of Women Affairs Pauline Tallen called on law enforcement to expedite rape cases as they spiked during lockdowns aimed at containing the spread of the new coronavirus.
Boko Haram kills 69, razes village in northern Nigeria: sourcesBoko Haram gunman killed at least 69 people and razed a village to the ground in northern Nigeria's Borno state on Tuesday afternoon, three sources told Reuters.
Nigerian campaigners stage protest over sexual violenceNigerian rights campaigners took to the streets of the capital Abuja on Friday to raise awareness about sexual violence in the West African country after a series of high-profile rape cases.
Nigeria to relax coronavirus curbs on places of worshipNigeria will relax coronavirus restrictions on places of worship from Tuesday, the chairman of the presidential task force for COVID-19 said.
Armed bandits kill at least 18 in Nigeria's Katsina stateArmed bandits in Nigeria's northwestern state of Katsina killed at least 18 people, including a local official, and stole thousands of livestock on Sunday, two witnesses and a police spokesman told..
Nigerian military unlawfully detain children at rehabilitation centre for militants: AmnestyThe Nigerian military are unlawfully detaining boys and men at a rehabilitation centre for alleged members of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram, Amnesty International said in a report released on..
Outlook bright as solar energy keeps Nigerian homeworkers powered upIn a hallway in Lagos, Gbemisola Olowokere taps contentedly on her laptop. The 23-year-old says the corner, underneath a sliver of window, has functioned well as a makeshift office since the..
Trapped migrant workers suffer from Lebanon's dollar crisis, lockdownTemitope can't find work in Lebanon since the Nigerian domestic worker escaped her employer's house last month.
Visually impaired Nigerians struggle to navigate coronavirus challengesLawal Adebimpe knows she must remain a safe distance from people to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus in Nigeria. But her blindness means she usually holds people to navigate her way..
Lagos doctors to end strike after curfew harassment complaint remediedNigeria's largest medical union ordered its members in the commercial capital Lagos to go back to work on Thursday, ending a strike over alleged police harassment of doctors as they travelled to and..
Nigeria doctors to strike over treatment by police during lockdownDoctors in Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos will go on strike from Wednesday evening because of what they describe as police harassment of health workers trying to move through the city to treat..
Nigerian medical union orders strike over alleged police harassmentNigeria's largest medical union, the Nigerian medical association (NMA), on Wednesday ordered its members in the commercial capital Lagos to launch an indefinite strike over alleged police harassment.
Nigeria to impose precision lockdown in coronavirus hotspotsNigeria announced on Monday it would impose precisely targeted lockdown measures in areas that report rapid increases in cases of the coronavirus, while the phased reopening of the economy as a whole..
Nigeria impounds British plane for breaking coronavirus flight ban rules: aviation ministerNigeria impounded a plane operated by a British company for allegedly contravening a flight ban imposed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the aviation minister said on Sunday.
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Coronavirus World Live Coverage: Greece, Italy, China, NetherlandsThe movement of schoolchildren back to their home villages raises virus fears in Nigeria. Japanese men are helping more around the house. And Narendra Modi’s popularity surges.
Niger says 75 Boko Haram insurgents killed in border-region security operationsNigerien and allied forces from neighbouring states killed 75 Boko Haram insurgents in security operations earlier this week in the region where the borders of Niger, Nigeria and Chad converge, Niger's..
Nigeria's president appoints ex-U.N. diplomat chief of staffNigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari appointed Ibrahim Gambari as his new chief of staff, secretary to the government said on Wednesday.
Violence in northwest Nigeria drives 23,000 into Niger: UNHCRViolence in northwest Nigeria has forced about 23,000 refugees to flee to Niger since April and raised concerns about the deteriorating security situation, the United Nations refugee agency said on..
Coronavirus narrows options for migrants buffeted by Libya's warAfter several failed crossings from Libya to Italy and a long spell in detention, Nigerian migrant Olu had pinned his hopes on being evacuated from the besieged city of Tripoli with his family.
Nigerian comics fight COVID-19 with gags and slapstick slapsNigerian comedian Maryam Apaokagi has a sure-fire way of getting people to listen to her coronavirus health advice - she delivers it with a hard slap in the face.
Nigeria reopens main cities Lagos and Abuja as lockdowns phased outNigeria began easing restrictions on Monday in its capital Abuja and in largest city Lagos, heralding the reopening of Africa's biggest economy after more than four weeks of lockdowns imposed to..
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Learning in a pandemic, when 'online school' is the village chalkboardWith her school shut because of the coronavirus, Tolu Alagba kneels as she copies down class notes from a communal village chalkboard, the closest thing to online lessons on an island with no..
Nigeria to ease lockdowns in three states over six-week periodNigeria will ease coronavirus lockdowns in three states over a six-week period from May 4, the head of the country's task force on the virus said on Wednesday.
Nigeria to begin 'phased and gradual' easing of lockdowns in Lagos, AbujaNigeria will begin a "phased and gradual" easing of more than four weeks of lockdowns on May 4, President Muhammadu Buhari said in an address on Monday.
Nigeria's governors seek to make face masks compulsory in publicNigerian state governors have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to approve the compulsory use of face masks in public as confirmed coronavirus cases rise, according to a letter seen by Reuters on..
African nations to get ventilators from Jack Ma foundation, stress need for WHO helpAfrican nations that lack ventilators to treat COVID-19 patients will receive some from the Jack Ma Foundation, an African Union official said on Thursday, as Nigeria stressed Africa's dependence on a..
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Nigerian president's chief of staff dies from coronavirusThe Nigerian president's chief of staff died on Friday from COVID-19, the presidency said on Saturday, making him the most high profile person in the country to die in the coronavirus outbreak.