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Tuesday, November 26 seemed like a normal morning for the Nigerian villages of Foron, Gurabok, Rawuru, and Tasu. However, the citizens woke up to a murder scene as members of the Islamist terrorist group known as Boko Haram attacked all
The State Department formally designated the Nigerian Islamist militant group Boko Haram as a foreign terrorist organization yesterday, congressional sources and others briefed on the matter said. The designation is significant because it directs US
By EMMANUEL UDOM Operatives of the State Security Services (SSS) in Nigeria have done it again. They have tracked down five suspected Boko Haram members in Kogi State, south-central Nigeria.
Finally, the US government declared earlier this week that Nigerian terrorist groups Boko Haram and Ansaru are foreign terrorist organizations (FTO). These two groups have wreaked havoc in northern Nigeria in a vain attempt to enforce
US moves to classify the Islamist group Boko Haram as a foreign terrorist organisation may encourage the militants to justify their new status by seeking international terror links in a region that is home to an al-Qaeda franchise. Such an escalation
November 14, 2013 A French priest was abducted from a monastery in the far north of Cameroon late Wednesday night, the French government and a witness said. There has been no claim of responsibility, but the Nigerian Islamist militant groups Boko
The united States on Wednesday nominated Nigeria's abolitionist Islamist Boko Haram placement and an adjunct accepted as Ansaru as alarm assemblies accedence to months of problem to proceed. The groups have accelerate alarm
The State Department has designated two Nigerian militant groups Boko Haram and Ansaru as foreign terrorist organizations to help U.S. and other law enforcement agencies investigate and prosecute suspects associated with the two extremist networks.
The US state department is expected to designate the Nigerian Islamist militant group, Boko Haram, as a foreign terrorist organisation. The move, expected to take place on Wednesday, means US regulatory agencies are instructed to block business and
The International Monetary Fund said Nigeria's economy was holding its own despite oil theft and national security challenges. The IMF published its 249-page World Economic Outlook, saying the U.S. economy "remains at the center of events."