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Cameroon refugees struggle to cope with life of need in Nigeria
Anna Nga longed to see her children return to the classroom again.
‘Stolen’ ancient sculpture returned to Nigeria is fake: Expert
Specialists in ancient African art said that a bronze Ife sculpture returned recently from Mexico to Nigeria is fake. The piece, depicting a man in a head dress sitting cross-legged, was recently seized at the airport in Mexico City.
Armed gang kills at least 30 in northwest Nigeria, police say
An armed gang on motorbikes killed at least 30 people in attacks on two villages in the northwestern Nigerian state of Katsina, police said on Saturday.
More Cameroonians enter Nigeria to flee violence: UN
Almost 8,000 people have fled into Nigeria from Cameroon in the past two weeks to escape clashes between the security forces and armed separatists, the UN refugee agency said Thursday.
Nigeria says it complied with OPEC+ output cuts in December
Nigeria fully complied in December with limits to oil output set by OPEC and other global producers, the head of the country’s energy company said.
Seven killed in Nigeria militant attack on Christmas Eve
Boko Haram Takfiri militants have killed seven people on Christmas Eve in a raid on a Christian village near the town of Chibok in northeast Nigeria's Borno state, local militia and residents say.
Courts in Nigeria are not independent: Commentator
Political commentator Massoud Shadjareh says courts in Nigeria do not act independently.
Iran, Nigeria to broaden economic ties
Iran and Nigeria agreed upon establishing a joint economic committee aimed at boosting cooperation in various areas like trade, investment, agriculture, and technology transfer.
Nigeria urged to ban chaining people with mental health issues
An international rights group called the Nigerian government to ban chaining as it condemned the "terrible" abuse faced by thousands of people with mental health conditions across the country.
Fire breaks out in business district of Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerian firefighters were trying to extinguish a major fire at the Balogun market in central Lagos on Tuesday.
Nigeria lifts suspension of two aid groups in northeast: minister
Nigeria has temporarily lifted a suspension of the operations of two aid groups, Mercy Corps and Action Against Hunger, in the country’s northeast, the minister of humanitarian affairs said.
Border closure has mixed impact for Nigeria's economy
Two months ago, Nigeria slapped restrictions on cross-border trade with its neighbors, but there are mixed signals as to whether the controversial move is benefiting the country.
Journalists in Nigeria working in 'climate of fear,' Amnesty reports
Journalists in Nigeria are working in a “climate of fear” due to the detention of dozens of reporters and bloggers in the country this year, Amnesty International has said in a report.
Seven people killed in attacks by terrorists in Nigeria’s Borno
Seven people have been killed in attacks by Takfiri terrorists in Nigeria’s northeastern state of Borno.
16 people killed in attacks by Boko Haram, rival faction in Nigeria’s Borno
At least 16 people, including 11 government troopers, have been killed during attacks launched by Takfiri terrorists in Nigeria’s northeastern state of Borno.
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