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New York Times
News about Nigeria, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.
Updated: 18 min 24 sec ago
The girls were kidnapped early Tuesday from a state school in the heartland of the Boko Haram insurgency, startling a country already numbed by a steady drumbeat of horrific episodes attributed to the Islamist militant group.
Military forces on Wednesday freed most of the teenage girls who had been abducted the previous day by Islamist militants, a spokesman for the armed forces said in a statement.
Gunmen kidnapped about 100 teenage girls on Tuesday from a school in northeastern Nigeria, in what officials said was a new attack by Muslim militants.
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The oil company became the first Nigerian firm to have a dual listing in both London and Nigeria, with a market capitalization based on its pricing of £1.14 billion, or about $1.9 billion.
Nigeria’s National Human Rights Commission said Monday that it had found that security agents were responsible for the unlawful killings of eight civilians in a September raid in Abuja, the Nigerian capital.
Though danfos are robbed at gunpoint from time to time, they do offer moments when people unite.