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Nigerian Army Frees Dozens Of Women, Children From Boko Haram

AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria’s army said Tuesday it had liberated 30 hostages held by Boko Haram, including 21 children and seven women, amid ongoing offensives against the Muslim savages in the country’s northeast.

Suicide Bomber Kills 7, Injured Dozens at Nigerian Church

A suicide bomber has claimed the lives of at least seven, and left 100 others injured at a Nigerian church in Kaduna. The northern...

Boko Haram – A Nigerian Problem With a Nigerian Solution

West Africa is at a crossroads. As terrorists lay siege to embassies in the North of the continent, the “summer of siege” in West...

British Trust Fund Accused of Financing Terrorism in Nigeria

A member of the British House of Lords, David Alton, has accused a London-based charity organisation, Al-Muntada Trust Fund, of financing the operations of...

Why Nigerian Govt Resists Terrorist Label for Boko Haram

Nigeria's Ambassador to the United States, Prof. Ade Adefuye, yesterday, proffered reasons why Nigeria is against plans by Americans to classify Boko Haram as...

Hillary Clinton Visits Nigeria Today

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is expected in Nigeria in continuation of her seven nation Africa tour which earlier took her to Senegal,...

Nigeria Make Progress Tackling Boko Haram Terrorists

Nigerian police have prevented an attack on government officials by a member of the extremist anarchist group, Boko Haram, and arrested a terror mastermind. As...

Kano – At the Mercy of Boko Haram

The fortunes of Kano, a once flourishing economic nerve centre in Nigeria and West Africa, have plummeted following series of coordinated attacks by the...

Books Versus Bullets in North-East Nigeria

Continuing violence between the Joint Military Task Force and the radical Islamist sect, Boko Haram, in the Nigerian city of Maiduguri in north-east Nigeria has resulted in schools closing intermittently. But one school is battling to bring education to the city's children.

Sharia Favours the Rich, Claim Nigerian Rights Activists

Boko Haram's deadly insurgency in Nigeria is fuelled by their desire to see stricter Islamic law, or Sharia, in northern Nigeria. Civil rights activists have voiced their concerns that poor people would bear the brunt of a more severe form of Sharia.

Islamic Terorist Boko Haram Top Commander, Five Others Arrested in Nigeria

Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima said yesterday, that a top commander of the deadly Islamic terrorist sect, Boko Haram has been arrested alongside five other members. With the arrest, a relieved Governor Shettima who confirmed the arrests said, "I believe the worst is over".