U.S. offers help to Nigeria to fight terror group

U.S. offers help to Nigeria to fight terror group

Lagos : Nigeria | Aug 09, 2012 at 6:04 PM PDT
Source: Washington Post
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Clinton also lobbied President Goodluck Jonathan to help move stalled legislation affecting foreign oil companies, the senior State Department official said. Neither Clinton nor Jonathan directly addressed the threat from the Taliban-like Boko Haram network in remarks after their meeting,... FULL ARTICLE AT Washington Post
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