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18 May 2015
The Defence Headquarters said Boko Haram members fell to the superior power of the military in the ongoing offensive in Sambisa forest.
30 Apr 2015
Nigerian troops have rescued about 160 more hostages from Boko Haram's Sambisa Forest stronghold
Chibok-girls
29 Apr 2015
Nigerian troops rescued nearly 300 girls and women during an offensive Tuesday against Boko Haram but none are from Chibok
27 Apr 2015
Boko Haram gunmen massacred residents who tried to jump into Lake Chad seeking safety and burnt others alive
23 Apr 2015
Azem Agouna, Chadian Army Spokesman, told newsmen that Chadian troops have rescued 43 children in Nigeria
13 Apr 2015
UNICEF said on Monday that no fewer than 800,000 children have fled their homes in north-eastern Nigeria because of the activities Boko Haram insurgents. UNICEF's regional director for West and Central Africa, Manuel Fontaine, told newsmen in Berlin that the number of child refugees has over doubled in 2014. Fontaine said the children fled to…
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6 Apr 2015
Suspected Boko Haram gunmen opened fire on villagers and torched a number of buildings in a new attack in northeast Nigeria, witnesses said Monday.
1 Apr 2015
Nigeria's president-elect Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday warned Boko Haram of a concerted fight-back to defeat the militants after their six-year rampage in the country's northeast.
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1 Apr 2015
Regional forces have retaken a town in northeastern Nigeria where Boko Haram members were said to have fled after suffering losses elsewhere, Niger's military said Wednesday.
1 Apr 2015
Hunched up in the prow of his canoe, Mahamat simply watches time slip by, like dozens of boatmen in Guite on Lake Chad who no longer dare sail for fear of Boko Haram fighters.
27 Mar 2015
Nigeria's military on Friday announced that troops had retaken the town of Gwoza from Boko Haram, from which the group declared their caliphate last year.
27 Mar 2015
The United Nations Human Rights Council will hold a special session next week on abuses by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria and neighbouring countries, the council president said Friday.

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