Buhari has spent most of this year in London receiving treatment for an unspecified medical condition
Diezani Alison-Madueke is the first female minister of petroleum resources whose term was marred by corruption allegations
(UPDATED) Charity group Doctors Without Borders says they are 'extremely worried' by the Nigerian military's statement 6 months after the bombing
'The bombers detonated IEDs (improvised explosive devices) strapped to their bodies at different locations of the area, killing 19 people, including the bombers,' he says, adding 23 people are injured
According to the International Rescue Committee, internally displaced people are 'extremely vulnerable to sexual abuse'
Beyond official denials of rumors that he is terminally ill and even dead, questions about President Muhammadu Buhari's health have been met with a deafening silence
'They were arrested during screening of the returnees at the border town of Banki by security personnel,' an official says
India's numbers will surpass China's in just 7 years, and Nigeria will overtake the United States by 2050 to become the third most populous country in the world, the UN says
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) says the attacks took place at about 8:45 pm (1945 GMT) on Sunday close to the Dalori camp at Kofa village, near the Borno state capital Maiduguri
Babatunde Osotimehin passes away suddenly at his home on Sunday evening, June 4, according to a statement from UNFPA
The girl's escape, announced by the Nigerian government, means 107 of the 219 schoolgirls held by the jihadists since April 2014 are now free
(UPDATED) Presidency spokesman Garba Shehu: 'One said, 'No, I have a husband. I'm happy where I am'. And then 82 came back.'
President Buhari: 'I cannot express in a few words how happy I am to welcome our dear girls back to freedom'
(UPDATED) The presidency announces that months of talks with the jihadists has 'yielded results,' just over 6 months after 21 of their classmates were freed with the help of international mediators
Three years after Boko Haram abducted 276 girls, many grief-stricken families still wait for their children to return
The Bring Back Our Girls movement has been urging President Muhammadu Buhari to ramp up efforts to free the 195 Chibok schoolgirls still believed held by Boko Haram
At least 5 northern states – Sokoto, Zamfara, Katsina, Kebbi, Niger – and the Federal Capital Territory have been affected by the epidemic over the past 5 months
UN's humanitarian chief Stephen O'Brien calls for an urgent mobilization of funds for northeastern Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen to 'avert a catastrophe'
Boko Haram's Islamist insurgency has left at least 20,000 people dead in northeast Nigeria since it began in 2009 and has displaced more than 2.6 million others
These children in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen could die from severe malnutrition this year
Local official: 'From what the people who buried the dead victims with their hands told me, not those who treated the wounded, they buried 234 dead'
An air force jet accidentally bombs a camp in northeast Nigeria instead of Boko Haram militants, medical charity MSF says
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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari says his government is committed to finding the remaining 195 schoolgirls who were abducted almost 3 years ago
The girl approached a crowd buying noodles from a food vendor and detonated her explosives, witnesses and aid workers say
'We are safe. We have not been flushed out of anywhere. And tactics and strategies cannot reveal our location except if Allah wills by his decree,' the group's leader says
One of the two suicide bombers blew herself up, injuring several people, while the other was arrested by vigilant soldiers
An angry mob attacks the bus driver and beats him to death
Many reclaimed towns are charred, looted ruins still vulnerable to Boko Haram attacks, so people live in the guarded camps, cut off from any means of supporting themselves and dependent on external aid
Akwa Ibom state governor Emmanuel Udom, a survivor of the tragedy, declares two days of official mourning
4 members of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), a paramilitary agency of the government, are killed November 21 at the installation at Omoku, near the oil hub of Port Harcourt
The government says it was hoping to secure the release of 83 other girls believed to be from Chibok being held by a different factions of Boko Haram
(3rd UPDATE) The Nigerian government denies that the girls were exchanged for Boko Haram prisoners, saying 'this is not a swap'
Even at the best of times Nigeria, which is home to more than 170 million people, ranks among the lowest countries in the world for energy consumption at just 155 kilowatt hours per person
(4th UPDATE) 'Oh tyrants, I'm in a happy state, in good health and in safety,' says Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau in a YouTube video
The workers were on their way to their office in Port Harcourt when they were seized by unknown gunmen, says a police spokesman
'Indeed their top hierarchy and lower cadre have a problem. They are not holding any territory and they have split to small groups attacking soft targets,' adds Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari
The Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) says the ruling party should stop moves 'to arrest, intimidate, invade, and harass innocent citizens'
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Nigeria tak boleh pulang dengan tangan hampa. Peluang meraih medali perunggu di depan mata.
Dua puluh tahun lalu Nigeria meraih medali emas sepak bola di Olimpiade. Para penerusnya memimpikan hal yang sama.
The announcement comes a day after Boko Haram released a new video purportedly showing some of the more than 200 girls who were seized by Boko Haram in northeastern Nigeria in April 2014
(UPDATED) The 11-minute video shows girls with veils sitting on the ground and standing in the background
In other action, Lithuania emerged victorious against Argentina
A half-dozen Americans finish in double figures, including Carmelo Anthony, who tallies a team high 19 points
According to a statement from Interpol, 'The network compromised email accounts of small to medium businesses around the world including in Australia, Canada, India, Malaysia, Romania, South Africa, Thailand and the United States'
'The convoy was travelling from Bama to Maiduguri in Borno State, Nigeria, returning from delivering desperately needed assistance when it was ambushed,' UNICEF says
Indonesia rejects appeals from the UN and EU to halt the execution of 14 drug convicts including foreigners, as speculation mounts they could face the firing squad in a matter of hours
It is the first aid delivery to the thousands of internally displaced in the northeast region in the last 4 months following deadly Boko Haram raids
The International Monetary Fund now predicts global economic growth to be 3.1% this year and 3.4% in 2017