Early Wednesday morning, Boko Haram militants returned to the town of Dapchi, Nigeria, to release dozens of schoolgirls they abducted in February back to their families.
A teen suicide bomber targeted worshippers at a mosque in Nigeria, killing at least 50 people, authorities reported on Tuesday. The teen boy detonated his explosives in the crowd that had gathered around 5:20 a.m. for morning prayers in the northeastern town of Mubi.
Terrorist group Boko Haram attacked villages near Chibok, Nigeria, last week, leaving at least 21 people dead.
With the president returning from one of the most embarrassing public displays of American diplomacy abroad, at least we can say one thing: We know where President Donald Trump stands with respect to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and in Europe. For bad or for worse.
More than 80 Chibok, Nigeria, schoolgirls were reunited with their families Saturday, about two weeks after their release by terrorist group Boko Haram, according to the Nigerian government.
Slowly, surely, more of the 276 schoolgirls kidnapped by terror group Boko Haram are finding their way out of captivity.
More than 100 refugees and aid workers lost their lives Tuesday after a Nigerian air force fighter jet on a mission against Boko Haram extremists mistakenly bombed a refugee camp, a Borno state official said, according to the Associated Press.
Boko Haram militants released 21 of the more than 200 girls the terrorist group originally kidnapped in 2014 in Chibok, Nigeria, the Nigerian government confirmed Thursday, Reuters reports.
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