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  • Why IDPs can’t return home yet, by minister

    news The Nation, 12 Apr 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    Internally displaced persons (IDPs) cannot return home yet because it is not yet safe, Interior Minister Lt. Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau (rtd) said yesterday. He said although most towns have been recaptured from insurgents in the Northeast, security threats still remained. The government, he sa...
  • Boko Haram fleeing Sambisa in droves —Army

    news Nigerian Tribune, 12 Apr 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    Due to aerial bombardment and concerted efforts of the ground troops, and facing imminent annihilation, the Nigerian Army said Boko Haram terrorists had been deserting Sambisa forest in droves, trying to disperse to various parts of the country. “The cowards are running away from their well ...
  • “They Set the Classrooms on Fire” Attacks on Education in Northeast Nigeria

    news HRW, 11 Apr 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    Summary They had not received an education in that area for many, many, years….Now they [Boko Haram] have chased away the teachers. Their children have no future. —Teacher, Maiduguri, September 15, 2015 Boko Haram in Nigeria is one of the deadliest extremist armed groups in the worl...
  • Enfants kamikazes, la nouvelle arme de guerre de Boko Haram

    news France 24, 13 Apr 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    Le nombre d’enfants utilisés dans des attaques-suicides au Nigeria, au Cameroun, au Tchad et au Niger a brusquement augmenté en 2015, signale l’Unicef dans un rapport rendu public mardi. Plus de 75 % de ces jeunes kamikazes sont des filles. Boko Haram a commencé par utiliser des femmes comme bomb...
  • FG, EU partner to de-radicalise Boko Haram members

    news Nigerian Tribune, 11 Apr 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    The Federal Government and the European Union (EU) are partnering to de-radicalise Boko Haram members as one of the ways to eliminate insurgency in the country. The delegation of EU to Nigeria, in a statement issued in Abuja, on Monday, said the programme was in partnership with the Office of the...
  • Deux ans après le rapt de 276 lycéennes, l'école reste la cible de Boko Haram

    news France 24, 14 Apr 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    Jeudi marque les deux ans de l’enlèvement des 276 lycéennes à Chibok, dans le nord-est du Nigeria, par Boko Haram. Cet évènement tragique s’inscrit dans une série d’intimidations de la part des islamistes, en croisade contre l’éducation. Il y a deux ans jour pour jour, 276 lycéennes étaient kidna...
  • Nigerian boys tell of Boko Haram abduction

    news UNHCR, 14 Apr 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    Children in northeast Nigeria continue to pay a heavy price for violence committed by the militant group FAR NORTH REGION, CAMEROON, April 14 (UNHCR) – Paul and his younger brother Adam resisted with all their strength when several armed men from the Boko Haram sect burst into their house in thei...
  • Parents identify daughters in new B’Haram video

    news Punch, 14 Apr 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    Afeez Hanafi with agency reports Three mothers of schoolgirls abducted from Chibok, Borno State on April 14, 2014 said they had identified their daughters in a video released by Islamist group Boko Haram, the first possible sighting of the girls since a video in May 2014. Reuters reported that...
  • UPDATE 1-Missing Nigerian girls identified in new video as calls renew to find them

    news Thomson Reuters Foundation, 14 Apr 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    (Updates with information throughout) By Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani ABUJA, Nigeria, April 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A group of Nigerian schoolgirls abducted by the Islamist group Boko Haram exactly two years ago have been identified in a new video, raising hopes that they are all alive and...
  • Views from the Field: In Conversation with the Head of Delegation to Chad

    news European Commission, 23 Mar 2016 (il y a 6 ans )
    Located in Central Africa, Chad is a landlocked country recovering from conflict. While it has stabilised itself in recent years, Chad still faces many challenges, from conflicts in neighbouring countries resulting in increased migration, to the rise in popularity of Boko Haram. Denisa-Elena Ionete ...