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By CHINEDU ASADU, Associated Press
By PBS NewsHour
A small team of U.S. specialists will head to Nigeria to help efforts in locating more than 270 girls who were kidnapped from a boarding school -- a provocative attack that has drawn international outrage. To examine expectations for U.S.
The abduction of hundreds of schoolgirls by Boko Haram in Nigeria has provoked strong feelings of distrust and anxiety about the disorganization and vulnerability of the government. Jeffrey Brown talks to Carl LeVan of American University and Mojubaolu Okome of…
Hundreds of protesters in Lagos, Nigeria, demanded its government ramp-up the search for the more than 250 girls who were kidnapped from a boarding school and are still missing. Nigeria’s first lady has accused protest leaders of fabricating the crisis.
In Nigeria, one of Africa’s most prosperous nations, a wave of violence has cast a shadow over plans for an upcoming world economic forum. A bomb blast Thursday killed 19 people in the capital and more than 275 schoolgirls abducted…
Gunmen attacked a village in Nigeria Wednesday, killing 18 people. This incident follows the kidnapping of about 100 female students Tuesday and a bus station bombing that killed 75 people Monday. To learn more about the latest wave of attacks…
By Larisa Epatko
A car bomber broke through two gates and detonated his explosives in front of a U.N. building in Nigeria's capital Abuja, killing at least 18 people Friday.
The Nigerian military is asking for patience as it tries to contain the escalating violence that left as many as 500 people dead Sunday. Gwen Ifill talks to American University's Patrick Ukata and the president of The Fund for Peace,…
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