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Nigeria: Missing girls, silent government
Parents of schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram are frustrated by the lack of progress in rescuing their children.
Last updated: 29 Jun 2014 14:51 GMT
Nigeria in 'darkest phases'
President Goodluck Jonathan makes comments while visiting scene of bombing in Abuja that killed twenty-two.
Last updated: 28 Jun 2014 02:05 GMT
'Mama Boko Haram' grasps for peace in Nigeria
A lawyer close to the armed group tries to negotiate for peace, and the return of hundreds of abducted girls.
Last updated: 22 Jun 2014 10:33 GMT
Nigerian opposition meet to elect new leader
All Progressives Congress, the country's biggest opposition, bid to defeat President Goodluck Jonathan in 2015 election.
Last updated: 14 Jun 2014 08:36 GMT
Boko Haram gives Nigeria president a headache
Survey shows voters losing confidence in President Jonathan following abduction of close to 300 girls in April.
Last updated: 13 Jun 2014 15:34 GMT
Nigeria's suspended bank chief made Kano emir
Lamido Sanusi becomes country's second-highest Islamic authority, months after suspension as governor of central bank.
Last updated: 08 Jun 2014 17:42 GMT
Boko Haram and defining the 'al-Qaeda network'
The presence of a British-born man in Boko Haram's ranks proves that the group's appeal is not confined to Nigeria.
Last updated: 06 Jun 2014 11:58 GMT
Nigeria police say no schoolgirls protest ban
Official says commissioner had only meant to advise against protests a day after apparent ban on Chibok demonstrations.
Last updated: 04 Jun 2014 04:59 GMT
'Dozens killed' in attack on Nigeria villages
President Jonathan orders "total war" against Boko Haram as the group is blamed for killing 35 people in Borno state.
Last updated: 30 May 2014 03:32 GMT
Nigeria leader vows 'total war' on Boko Haram
Goodluck Jonathan tells nation "any means necessary" will be used to defeat group that abducted hundreds of schoolgirls.
Last updated: 30 May 2014 01:23 GMT
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