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[HRW] Abuja -Persistent attacks by Boko Haram, intensified conflict between nomadic herdsmen and farming communities, and violent banditry in many northern states dominated Nigeria's human rights landscape during 2018, Human Rights Watch said today i
[Premium Times] Reports reaching PREMIUM TIMES from credible military sources say that Boko Haram insurgents last night carried out yet another attack on two Borno villages.
[ISS] Identity - for both individuals and groups - is shaped by a mix of elements including ethnicity, religion, culture and personal experiences. Much of this is historical in nature. Violent extremist groups drawn on such elements of historical ide
[Premium Times] Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, has commended the call by the Borno Elders Forum, on President Muhammadu Buhari, to stop the practice of releasing the so called 'repentant' Boko Haram members.
[Premium Times] The Nigerian Army on Friday buried 14 soldiers killed in an ambush by Boko Haram terrorists on December 24.
[CAJ News] Maiduguri -MORE than 30 000 people have fled their homes because of renewed clashes between the military and the Boko Haram terror group northeast on Nigeria.
[Vanguard] Malam Baba Modu, an 80 year-old father to a Boko Haram commander, popularly called 'Ba-Ana', has begged his son to surrender and embrace peace.
Security forces seal offices of Daily Trust newspaper, say journalists 'divulged classified military information'.
At least one naval officer killed as armed group seizes trove of weapons from two bases near Nigerian border with Chad.
Security forces were on escort duty when they were attacked in Yobe state in the north of the country, army says.
Army suspended UNICEF operations early Friday accusing the agency's staff of spying for Boko Haram.
Insecurity is a major electoral issue for President Muhammadu Buhari as he seeks re-election in 2019 polls.