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21 April 2017 17:03

  Seven people are dead after a live electrical wire fell onto a gathering of people watching football in southern Nigeria, police said Friday, but residents said the death toll was higher. Cross River state police spokeswoman Irene Ugbo said another 10 people were critically injured after the wire fell on the roof of a football viewing center in Calabar city on...

18 April 2017 23:22

  Nigerian police have reportedly used live bullets to disperse protesters demanding the release of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, the revered leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN). Local media in Kaduna state said a peaceful protest held on Tuesday for the release of Zakzaky turned violent after police and accomplices fired live bullets at the demonstrators. The protest came as people in...

18 April 2017 23:01

  Zionist-puppet Nigerian police have reportedly used live bullets to disperse protesters demanding the release of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, the revered leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN). Local media in Kaduna state said a peaceful protest held on Tuesday for the release of Zakzaky turned violent after police and accomplices fired live bullets at the demonstrators. The protest came as people...

14 April 2017 16:51

  Nigerians on Friday marked three years since the mass abduction of nearly 300 schoolgirls by Boko Haram extremists amid anger that government efforts to negotiate their freedom appear to have stalled. Activists were expected to rally in the capital, Abuja, and commercial hub Lagos to urge President Muhammadu Buhari’s government to do more to free the nearly 200 schoolgirls who remain...

13 April 2017 16:37

  A bloody clash between the army and police in Nigeria's restive northeastern Yobe State on Wednesday left one soldier and three police dead, a security source told AFP. The police confirmed the fracas in the state capital of Damaturu, but did not say if there were casualties. “The Nigeria police force is abreast of the unfortunate incident that occurred in the early...

12 April 2017 20:57

  IHRC has strongly condemned Tuesday's unnecessary use of violence by security forces against protestors marching to demand the release of the leader of Nigeria's Islamic Movement. Police used tear gas, water cannon and dogs to disperse the peaceful demonstration in the capital Abuja. The demonstration was called to draw attention to the ongoing illegal detention of Sheikh Ibrahim el-Zakzaky and...

10 April 2017 14:42

  A Somali government official has been killed in a car bomb explosion in the capital, Mogadishu, officials say. “The car bomb killed a junior government worker,” said Abdifatah Omar Halane, a spokesman for Mogadishu’s mayor on Monday. No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack, but the al-Shabab militant group has stepped up its deadly bombings in Somalia’s capital since a...

8 April 2017 17:39

  Death toll from suspected cases of meningitis has reached 438 people in Nigeria, as officials kick off a vaccination campaign aimed at controlling the outbreak. According to a statement issued by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC), 3,959 suspected cases have been reported in the outbreak in 19 states across the country, 181 of which are laboratory-confirmed. The current type C...

7 April 2017 16:57

  The Boko Haram terrorist group has attacked and set a military base in northeastern Nigeria on fire, raising fears of a reemergence of the Daesh-linked outfit. Armed men from a Boko Haram faction on Thursday staged an attack on the military base in the Wajirko Village, 150 kilometers from Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State. “The gunmen arrived in pickups and engaged soldiers...

4 April 2017 17:43

  Thousands of people in South Sudan have fled into neighboring Uganda after government forces launched an offensive against a border town in the southern parts of the world's youngest country. According to desperate refugees, over 3,000 South Sudanese spilled over into Uganda on Tuesday after government troops stormed the border town of Pajok, located in the Magwi County of the Eastern...

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