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  • Boko Haram: Bomber ‘attacks bus station’

    news Vanguard, 19 Jan 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    A suicide bomber in north-eastern Nigeria has killed four people and injured other commuters at a bus station, witnesses have told the BBC. He drove a car into the station on the outskirts of Potiskum in Yobe State, called over a girl selling water and then triggered the explosion, one said. Pot...
  • Suspected Boko Haram Fighters Kidnap Around 80 In Cameroon

    news The Nigerian Voice/Reuters, 19 Jan 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    By thewillnigeria.com Suspected Boko Haram Islamist fighters from Nigeria kidnapped around 80 people, many of them children, and killed three others on Sunday in a cross-border attack on villages in northern Cameroon, army and government officials said. The group, which has killed thousands an...
  • Nigeria Boko Haram 'leader' claims Baga attack in new video

    news Reuters, 20 Jan 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    (Reuters) - A man purporting to be Islamist Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau on Tuesday claimed an attack on the northeastern town of Baga in which scores of civilians were killed when the insurgents seized a multinational military base. The insurgents, who invaded Baga at the start of the year,...
  • We’ve 981,416 internally displaced persons in Nigeria —FG

    news Vanguard, 21 Jan 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    By Caleb Ayansina Abuja—The Director General of the National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, Muhammad Sani-Sidi has said that there were currently 981,416 Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, in the country. “There are currently 981, 416 Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, in the country,” h...
  • Niger lifts refugee camp ban as record numbers flee Boko Haram

    news Reuters, 27 Jan 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    DAKAR, Jan 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The Niger government has lifted a ban on refugee camps in the south of the country as record numbers flee Boko Haram attacks in neighbouring Nigeria. The government had banned the camps fearing Boko Haram fighters might use them as bases to launch atta...
  • African Nations Show Progress in Uniting to Beat Back Militants in Nigeria

    news NY Times, 31 Jan 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    African leaders are stepping up their response to Boko Haram, with Chadian soldiers chasing the militants from a northern Nigerian town and the African Union calling for a 7,500-member regional force to tackle what it called “a serious threat” to the continent. A communiqué adopted by the peace a...
  • Nigeria army 'repels' new Boko Haram attack on Maiduguri

    news BBC, 01 Feb 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    The Nigerian army says it has repelled an assault by Boko Haram Islamist militants on the strategic north-eastern city of Maiduguri. Defence Ministry spokesman Chris Olukolade is quoted as saying the attack was "contained" and the rebels suffered heavy casualties. The militants attacked in the...
  • L’Union africaine veut une force de 7 500 hommes pour lutter contre Boko Haram En savoir plus sur http://www.lemonde.fr/afrique:lma/article/...

    news Le monde, 30 Jan 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    L’Union africaine a appelé jeudi soir à la mise en place d’une force régionale de 7 500 hommes pour lutter contre les rebelles nigérians de Boko Haram. « L’Union africaine va demander au conseil de sécurité des Nations unies de voter une résolution dans ce sens et appelle la communauté international...
  • Thousands of Nigerians flee across Lake Chad with harrowing tales

    news UNHCR, 28 Jan 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    "...they followed us, even in the deep water, and kept shooting at people in the boats and water" DAR ES SALAM CAMP, CHAD, 28 January 2015 (UNHCR) – Thousands of Nigerian refugees have been arriving in western Chad by canoe this month with harrowing tales of the situation in north-east Nigeria, a...
  • Nigeria : les islamistes de Boko Haram sous le feu des Tchadiens

    news Le Monde, 02 Feb 2015 (il y a 7 ans )
    Deux hélicoptères de type MI-24 ont bombardé pendant deux heures, dimanche après-midi, à Gamboru au Nigeria, les positions des islamistes qui tiennent cette ville, située à la frontière camerounaise, a constaté un journaliste de l’AFP depuis la ville voisine de Fotokol. « Nous sommes déterminés à co...