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New York Times
News about Nigeria, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.
Updated: 52 min 29 sec ago
The terrorist group has attacked or kidnapped prominent citizens in Cameroon and Nigeria, and has committed a series of suicide bombings that have killed at least 11 over two days.
As an outbreak worsened, a pay dispute with nurses left a short staff able to care primarily for just the sickest patients who had a chance of surviving.
West Africa’s current Ebola outbreak has spread to a fourth country, as Nigeria on Friday confirmed a death caused by the disease.
Officials said the terrorist bombs in the northern city of Kaduna were intended for Muhammadu Buhari, a leading politician, and Sheik Dahiru Bauchi, a cleric.
President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday met for the first time with the parents of several hundred schoolgirls kidnapped from the town of Chibok and dozens of classmates who escaped their militant captors.
Metropolitan Diary: Unable to find her friend’s SoHo apartment, a woman was ready to sleep on a bench until she decided to hail a cab and hope for the best.
Researchers have found that recent cyberattacks are being orchestrated by people behind the Nigerian 419 swindle, in which foreign victims are tricked into transferring money.
The takeover of Damboa was the latest defeat for a Nigerian military that has proved unable to stem repeated attacks on civilians by the group this year.
President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday sought approval from Parliament to borrow up to $1 billion abroad to help the armed forces tackle the security threat posed by the Islamist insurgent group Boko Haram.