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New York Times
World news about Nigeria. Breaking news and archival information about its people, politics and economy from The New York Times.
Updated: 21 min 57 sec ago
Spicy African flavors make a weekday appearance outside the Nigerian Consulate in Midtown East.
Renewed violence by a Boko Haram faction in Nigeria and Niger restores a deadly urgency to the conflict just as it seemed the militants were losing traction.
The tournament had two aims, to break the world record for simultaneous players of the game, and to teach children strategies for saving and investing.
In a country enamored of dark humor, a common greeting among the middle class now is “Happy recession!”
Twenty-one of the approximately 270 kidnapped schoolgirls from Chibok, Nigeria, had an emotional reunion with their families on Sunday.
At a joyful ceremony, parents of the freed Nigerian girls heard them describe their two years of captivity.
The country celebrated the release of 21 girls whom Boko Haram had seized from their school in April 2014, but many others remain unaccounted for.
Boko Haram militants on Thursday released 21 of the more than 270 girls who had been kidnapped from a school in the Nigerian town of Chibok in 2014.