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Nigeria abductions: US and UK experts help seek schoolgirls - BBC News
Posted On 05/09/2014 09:56:07 by lagosadmin
"The team will be considering not just the recent incidents but also longer-term counter-terrorism solutions to prevent such attacks in the future and defeat Boko Haram," it said. Earlier, US Secretary of State John Kerry said: "Our inter-agency team is hitting the ground in Nigeria now and they are going to be working in concert with President Goodluck Jonathan's government to do everything that we possibly can to return these girls to their families and their commu... Read More

Nigeria unrest: Fate of abducted schoolgirls unclear - BBC News
Posted On 04/16/2014 16:56:14 by lagosadmin
Our correspondent say that the Nigerian military's statement that most of the girls had escaped contrasts sharply with other information available to the BBC. The raid on the boarding school will be a great source of embarrassment for the Nigerian authorities who say their military campaign against the militants is succeeding, he adds.[Finish Article ]... Read More

In Pictures: Nigeria blast at Abuja bus station - BBC News
Posted On 04/16/2014 06:57:01 by lagosadmin
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Nigeria unrest: Gunmen abduct 'about 100 schoolgirls' - BBC News
Posted On 04/16/2014 02:02:50 by lagosadmin
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Nigeria violence: More than 70 killed in Abuja bus blast - BBC News
Posted On 04/15/2014 00:56:17 by lagosadmin
The Nigerian government had been telling the world that the attacks were now confined to a small area of north-east Nigeria. That may have been true but the intensity of the attacks there has reached a staggering level - with rights groups saying 1,500 people, mostly civilians, have been killed this year alone.[Finish Article ]... Read More

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