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Three CSOs write Buratai, demand details of money spent fighting Boko Haram

The groups made an FOI request to the army chief. The post Three CSOs write Buratai, demand details of money spent fighting Boko Haram appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
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US State Department: Pakistan's religious freedom record a 'particular concern'

Washington D.C., Dec 12, 2018 / 07:01 pm (CNA).- Religious freedom problems in Pakistan have led the US Department of State to designate the country as of “particular concern,” with nine others,..
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The changing face of Boko Haram [Video]The changing face of Boko Haram  02:15

Boko Haram has killed thousands of people during its five-year campaign to overthrow Nigeria’s multi-religious state. Sally Davies examines how the group’s tactics are evolving as it seeks to..

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U.N. says it needs $9bln for sub-Saharan Africa [Video]U.N. says it needs $9bln for sub-Saharan Africa  02:17

Conflict and climate change are fueling humanitarian crises in sub-Saharan Africa, the U.N. says as it unveils its spending requirements for 2019. Sisipho Skweyiya reports

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Mercenaries help fight Boko Haram | FT World [Video]Mercenaries help fight Boko Haram | FT World  04:13

► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Nigeria has enlisted the help of South African mercenaries and other foreign contractors to help fight terrorist group Boko..

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What is Boko Haram? [Video]What is Boko Haram?  04:26

In one of its most audacious attacks, Boko Haram recently kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls in northern Nigeria. The FT looks at the group, where they get their funding, and how they are dividing..

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The global arms trade has reached its highest point since the Cold War. We reveal which countries are buying up weapons and explain why. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube:..

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Cameroon Election Crisis Spells Trouble for Brewing Conflict [Video]Cameroon Election Crisis Spells Trouble for Brewing Conflict  01:52

Cameroonian President Paul Biya's win in a contested election is a blow to the nation's efforts to end an insurgency in the Anglophone region.

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Nigerian leader: Islamic extremists are now using drones

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Islamic extremists in Nigeria have begun using drones, the country’s president says, opening a worrying new front in the region’s nearly decade-long fight against Boko Haram..
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Nigeria leader tries to rally troops after extremist attacks

Shocked by a deadly new series of extremist attacks on soldiers, Nigeria's president on Wednesday backed off past declarations that Boko Haram has been defeated and urged the military to "rise to the..
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Catholics suffer violence in 3 areas of Nigeria (Crux)

The nation of 186 million is the most populous in Africa. Nigeria is 50% Muslim and 40% Christian, with 10% retaining indigenous beliefs. Catholics suffer violence from Boko Haram in the north, from..
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Deaths of Nigerian soldiers put pressure on president

Election opponents accuse Muhammadu Buhari of failing to deal with Boko Haram insurgency
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18 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram in Niger, official says

NIAMEY, Niger (AP) — A regional deputy official in Niger says that 18 girls have been kidnapped from two different villages by suspected Boko Haram militants. Lamido Harouna Moumouni said 24..
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Nigeria's military acknowledges major attack by extremists

Nigeria's military on Saturday acknowledged a major attack against it by Islamic extremists after opposition lawmakers said 44 soldiers were killed, while public pressure on President Muhammadu Buhari..
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Suspected Boko Haram extremists kill 7 in Niger’s southeast

NIAMEY, Niger (AP) — Niger’s defense minister says suspected Boko Haram extremists have killed seven people and injured seven others at a French drilling company’s site in the southeast near the..
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Four kidnapped priests in southern Nigeria have been released

Benin City, Nigeria, Nov 12, 2018 / 02:32 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Four priests who were abducted in Nigeria's Edo state last week were released Friday night. The priests were rescued by police..
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Four people, including priest, kidnapped in southern Nigeria

Warri, Nigeria, Nov 7, 2018 / 03:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A Catholic priest and three other persons were kidnapped in Nigeria's Delta state Tuesday night, according to local media. Fr. Emmanuel..
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Islamic Terrorists Slaughter 15 in Nigeria

Boko Haram is suspected
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Five nuns kidnapped in southern Nigeria

Issele-Uku, Nigeria, Oct 29, 2018 / 04:55 pm (CNA).- Five nuns were abducted by gunmen in Nigeria’s Delta state on Thursday, according to local media. The nuns are members of the Order of the..
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Nigeria's VP says religious leaders have impeded anti-corruption work

Lagos, Nigeria, Oct 22, 2018 / 07:00 pm (CNA).- Nigeria’s vice president accused “religious leaders” of impeding efforts to rid the country of corruption ahead of a February election that has..
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Nigerian Militants Kill 2nd Captive Aid Worker, Government Says

A Nigerian government minister said Hauwa Liman, 24, who worked for the International Committee of the Red Cross, was killed after failed attempts to secure her release from a faction of Boko Haram.
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Red Cross fears for the lives of kidnapped aid workers in Nigeria

Hauwa Mohammed Liman and Alice Loksha went to the Nigerian town of Rann to help. The military outpost in Borno state houses about 80,000 refugees displaced by the nine-year-long Boko Haram insurgency...
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