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United States Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights, Sarah Sewall, has embarked on a tour of Nigeria and neighbouring countries to sustain the fight against Boko Haram terror.
The Boko Haram insurgency afflicting Nigeria and neighbouring countries will be among issues on the agenda when African and European envoys meet in Belgium on Tuesday.
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At least 83 Nigerian soldiers, including a commanding officer, are still missing days after they came under a Boko Haram attack.
A fourteen-year-old girl identified as Fatimah and Zainab, an eight-year-old girl on Thursday, October 20, returned home after spending two years in captivity in Sambisa forest
Senior military officers say 83 soldiers are missing after Boko Haram Islamic extremists attacked a remote base in northeastern Nigeria.
Boko Haram has burnt down a village neighbouring Chibok where the group kidnapped over 200 schoolgirls two years ago, local residents say.
Several Nigerian soldiers drowned in the Yobe River in North-East Nigeria as they tried to escape intense fire from Boko Haram fighters on Monday according to reports.
No fewer than 13 soldiers were on Monday injured, while some are still missing in action after an attack by Boko Haram terrorists at Gashigar, Borno, an official has said.
The chairman of the Chibok development association, Pogu Bitrus, has disclosed that more than 100 of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls are unwilling to return home after more than a year in Boko Haram captivity.
There are emerging reports that a remote military camp in the northeastern region of Nigeria, has been raided by Boko Haram terrorists.
Boko Haram on Monday claimed it killed 20 soldiers in Borno, in violence marring the celebrations following the release of some of the kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls.
Abuja - An Abuja-based doctor has reportedly described the moment when one of his cousins saw him at the official reunion ceremony for Chibok families.
The federal government will only continue negotiations with the Boko Haram if “they agree to involve international agencies like ICRC (Red Cross),” President Muhammadu Buhari has said.
21 schoolgirls released by the Boko Haram terror group northeast of Nigeria recently face deep stigma and mistrust from their own communities for fear they could have been radicalised in captivity.
The Islamic State-allied faction of Boko Haram has reportedly expressed its willingness to negotiate the release of 83 more Chibok girls after freeing 21 of the more than 200 abductees last week.
Boko Haram terrorists have revealed two major conditions which the Federal Government has to meet in order to secure the release of 83 more Chibok girls.
Parents are waiting with excitement to be reunited with 21 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram 2 ½ years ago and freed in the first negotiated release organized by Nigeria's government and the Islamic extremist group.
The 21 freed Chibok Girls say on Sunday in Abuja that for "one month and 10 days" of their abduction by the Boko Haram insurgents they stayed without food in the bush.
US government experts have highlighted in a report named 'Country reports on terrorism 2015' six ways that the Nigerian government can effectively eradicate its Boko Haram threat.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has confirmed the release of 21 Chibok school girls after 900 days in captivity.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is set to receive the released 21 Chibok girls at the state house in Abuja.
Investigations have revealed that 18 out of the 21 Chibok girls released by Boko Haram Thursday morning are nursing mothers.
The parents of the 21 Chibok girls that were released by Boko Haram are yet to be officially contacted by both the federal and Borno state government.
Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed said that the release of 21 of the more than 200 Chibok girls abducted by Boko Haram more than two years ago was not a prisoner swap.
Troops of the Operation Lafiya Dole have killed two suspected Boko Haram terrorists during operations to rid Borno State of the insurgents.
Scores of travellers and traders are feared dead following a bomb blast outside a popular car park in Maiduguri, Borno State.
Alhaji Umaru Ibn Garbai Elkanemi has revealed how he lost about 100 chiefs to Boko Haram in the last seven years that the sect has ravaged Borno State.
The Boko Haram crisis in northeast Nigeria has been blamed for the prevalence of child marriages in the country.
The United Nations have stated that contrary to President Muhammadu Buhari's declarations, Nigerians still live in fear on a daily basis due to the threat of terror organisation, Boko Haram.
The Nigerian Army has arrested what it believes is Boko Haram members who allegedly participated in terror attacks and cattle rustling.
Kaduna State where clashes between the military and Shiite Muslims led to over 300 deaths last year has banned the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), saying it was a security threat.
The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, has blamed failure of the immediate past government to provide equipment and supplies to the military for the spread of Boko Haram insurgency in the North-East.
The Nigerian Army is getting closer to ending the Boko Haram terrorism in the Northeast going by successes recorded in recent operations, Maj.-Gen. Lucky Irabor, has said.
It has been revealed that President Muhammadu Buhari rejected a 5 billion euro ransom demand by Boko Haram in exchange for the release of the missing Chibok schoolgirls.
A suspected Boko Haram terrorist, Adamu Nuhu, was arrested by troops on Sunday at Kwaya Kusar Local Government Area in northern Borno, according to a statement issued Army spokesman, Colonel Sani Usman.
Nigerian troops reported some corrupt members of the local youth vigilante, supposed to complement efforts by the army to eliminate the Boko Haram terror and bandits, had been working as informants of the perpetrators.
A new study has revealed that members of Nigeria's extremist group Boko Haram are most often recruited by friends and family, and not members of mosques and madrasas, as has been largely thought.
The Army on Wednesday said its troops, Operation Lafiya Dole, had killed nine suspected terrorists at Bulabulin, Borno.
The Nigerian Army has refuted report of alleged presence of Boko Haram terrorists and their flag in some Borno villages.
Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State has promised to rebuild churches and other structures destroyed by the Boko Haram insurgents in Lassa, Borno state.
Justice Gabriel Kolawole of the Federal High Court, Abuja, on Wednesday ordered a trial-within-trial to determine whether the statement from suspects were obtained voluntarily.
The Muslim community in Osun State has appealed to Boko Haram to release the over 200 missing Chibok schoolgirls who were abducted in 2014.
The Nigerian Army has reacted to a recent video released by Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau, stating that the commander clearly has a mental issue.
The Nigerian Army has suffered fresh setbacks in the fight against terrorists and gunmen with several soldiers and support staff killed during separate incidents in Borno and Kaduna States.
Two soldiers are missing and their colleague dead after rampaging militants attacked troops deployed in the Cross River State.
The Borno State Government said that it required about N30 billion for the reconstruction of structures damaged by Boko Haram insurgents in Bama.
The soldier clutched his book with both hands. He shouted his name, rank and Nigerian Army number to no-one in particular. He stood up straight and ended every reply with a bark of "sah" (sir).
The embattled leader of jihadist group Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, resurfaced in a video posted online, rejecting assertions by the Nigerian army that he had been seriously wounded.
The Army on Thursday said it killed Fifteen insurgents in a fierce battle between its troops and Boko Haram terrorists in Abadam village, Borno.
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