New York Times
Kerry, in Africa, Presses Nigeria on Human Rights
New York Times
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Making his first visit to sub-Saharan Africa as secretary of state, John Kerry urged Nigeria on Saturday to uphold human rights as it steps up its fight against Islamic extremists.
Kerry: Nigeria acknowledged human rights abuses in terror fight
Kerry: US Wants to Protect Human Rights in Nigeria
Kerry urges Nigeria to respect human rights in 1st official trip to sub ...
Kerry Calls on Nigeria to Stop Human Rights Abuses
Voice of America
ADDIS ABABA — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Nigerian authorities are working to stop human rights abuses by security forces in their fight against Boko Haram militants. The U.S. top diplomat made the remarks in the Ethiopian capital, Addis ...
Nigeria: The Emerging Terrorist Image
For the second time in four years, Nigeria came to international attention Wednesday when the two suspects in the brutal killing of a British soldier, Lee Right, of the 2nd Battalion, the Royal Regiment of fusiliers, in the United Kingdom, were ...
INSIGHT-Nigeria's "war on terror" wins tentative support
Nigeria military 'rescues' kidnapped group
"Nigerian troops have rescued three women and six children from Boko Haram in the Sambisa forest in Borno state, in northern Nigeria," said a statement from the defence department. "The women and children were kidnapped by the group on May 7 ...
Boko Haram Can't Break Up Nigeria – Sheikh Gumi
Nigeria under siege
Nigerian army 'destroys' Boko Haram camps in north-east
Alcoholic Beverage Consumption in Nigeria is Low Compared to Other African ...
Managing Director/Chief Executive, Guinness Nigeria Plc, Mr. Seni Adetu, in this interview with Festus Akanbi speaks on a wide range of business and economic-related issues including the effects of the fall of consumers' discretionary income on ...