Officials said rescue workers had reached the foundation of the collapsed three-story building and did not expect to find more people.
By Sam Olukoya, Lekan Oyekanmi, Associated Press
A three-story building collapsed in Nigeria on Wednesday, setting off frantic rescue efforts in the country's crowded commercial capital. An emergency management official said more than 40 people had been found but it was not yet clear how many had…
By Sam Olukoya, Associated Press
More than two months after their capture, the search continues for more than 200 girls kidnapped by extremists in Nigeria. New reports suggest search efforts are being scaled back, despite more kidnappings. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Michelle Faul, the Associated…
By PBS NewsHour
Nearly a month since the Islamist group Boko Haram attacked a village in Nigeria and made off with more than 300 girls, that country’s government and military have been criticized for failing to do more. Amnesty International has reported that…
By PBS NewsHour
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.
Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the blending of Christianity and Islam in Lagos, Nigeria, as an avenue to rediscovering the West African tradition of interfaith tolerance.
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