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Two Indians allegedly kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria

Jul 01, 2016

Two Indians allegedly kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria

Indian nationals, Mangipudi Sai Srinivas and Anish Sharma, have allegedly been kidnapped by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria. #NewsTracker #Nigeria #Ministry of External Affairs #Boko Haram #Visakhapatnam #Gboko #Mangipudi Sai Srinivas #Anish Sharma
Where is Amina Ali? Family demands news of Chibok girl who escaped Boko Haram

Jun 23, 2016

Where is Amina Ali? Family demands news of Chibok girl who escaped Boko Haram

Ali's uncle said the last time he saw the Chibok girl was in the office of the National Security Adviser at the presidential villa on 19 May. #NewsTracker #Nigeria #Boko Haram #Abuja #Bring back our girls #Chibok #Amina Ali
Boko Haram loot food supplies and kill 24 people in Nigeria

Jun 17, 2016

Boko Haram loot food supplies and kill 24 people in Nigeria

Twenty-four people were killed when Boko Haram fighters opened fire on mourners, a local community leader said Friday, in the second attack in northeast Nigeria this week after a relative lull. #NewsTracker #Nigeria #Boko Haram #Adamawa #islamic-state #Boko Haram fighters
Thousands flee Boko Haram attack on Niger town: United Nations

Jun 07, 2016

Thousands flee Boko Haram attack on Niger town: United Nations

Tens of thousands of people have fled southeastern Niger following deadly attacks by Boko Haram insurgents on the town of Bosso in recent days, the United Nations said. #United Nations #NewsTracker #Nigeria #Boko Haram #UNHCR
India among five nations accountable for almost 55% of terror attacks in 2015

Jun 03, 2016

India among five nations accountable for almost 55% of terror attacks in 2015

Five countries including India, Pakistan and Afghanistan accounted for more than half of the terror attacks that took place across the globe in 2015, a US official has said. #India #Terrorism #US #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Nigeria #Iraq #Justin Siberell
Deport African nationals in a month, says Goa tourism minister Dilip Parulekar

May 30, 2016

Deport African nationals in a month, says Goa tourism minister Dilip Parulekar

The protests come in the wake of a string of attacks on African nationals, especially students, which has caused outrage among them. #TheySaidIt #Goa #Africa #Nigeria #Dilip Parulekar #African #racist attack #Racial Crime #African nationals
More than 700 migrants feared dead in recent Mediterranean crossings

May 30, 2016

More than 700 migrants feared dead in recent Mediterranean crossings

A week of shipwrecks in the Mediterranean culminated Sunday with 700 migrants feared dead and survivors giving harrowing testimony of dozens of small children drowned. #United Nations #NewsTracker #Germany #UN #Africa #Nigeria #children #Migrants #Mediterranean #Shipwrecks
Nigeria's Buhari orders heightened military presence in restive Niger Delta | Reuters

May 21, 2016

Nigeria's Buhari orders heightened military presence in restive Niger Delta | Reuters

ABUJA/ONITSHA, Nigeria Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday said he ordered a heightened military presence in the restive Niger Delta region to deal with a resurgence of attacks on oil and gas facilities, a day after yet another pipeline explosion. British Foreign Minster Philip Hammond warned on Saturday military action would not end a wave of attacks in the southern swamps because it did not address rising anger among residents over poverty despite sitting on much of Nigeria's oil wealth #Economy #science #markets #Argentina #Nigeria #United Kingdom
Nigeria's Buhari orders heightened military presence in restive Niger Delta | Reuters

May 21, 2016

Nigeria's Buhari orders heightened military presence in restive Niger Delta | Reuters

ABUJA/ONITSHA, Nigeria Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday said he ordered a heightened military presence in the restive Niger Delta region to deal with a resurgence of attacks on oil and gas facilities, a day after yet another pipeline explosion. British Foreign Minster Philip Hammond warned on Saturday military action would not end a wave of attacks in the southern swamps because it did not address rising anger among residents over poverty despite sitting on much of Nigeria's oil wealth #science #Europe #Argentina #Nigeria #United Kingdom #article