As northeastern Nigeria continues to suffer under the conflict with the terror group Boko Haram, tens of thousands of people have sought shelter in the town of Monguno, where a military base provides little protection, and food and water are scarce.
The University of Maiduguri has stayed open at the epicenter of the Boko Haram insurgency. A new book gives voice to the Nigerian academics who faced off with the radical Islamists who reject Western education as sinful.
After at least a dozen protesters were killed and injured in Lagos earlier this week, Nigeria's demonstrators are trying to regroup. The violence comes after two weeks of peaceful protests against police brutality.
Just over a week into protests to dissolve Nigeria’s notorious special anti-robbery squad (SARS), Nigerian demonstrators have vowed on social media to "not back down." But it's unclear where exactly they are headed.
Nigerian law enforcement has begun training the newly established SWAT unit. On the streets, protests against police brutality continue — more so in the south of Nigeria than in the north.
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