Chad brakes internet over 'hate speech' on social media
Chad says it has cut back the speed of the internet to crimp the spread of messages "inciting hate" on social media.
Chad parliament outlaws death penalty for acts of terror
Chad on Tuesday abolished the death penalty for terrorist activities, Justice Minister Djimet Arabi told AFP.
Chad declares Lake areas 'war zone' after deadly Boko Haram attack
Chad has declared two departments near Lake Chad a "war zone", giving local authorities more powers as they respond to an attack by Boko Haram jihadists that killed nearly 100 soldiers earlier this week.
U.S. report indicts Nigeria for rights abuse, killings
The 2019 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices has indicted the Nigerian government for serious abuse and extrajudicial killings, among other infractions.
An unstopable war and the immovable four
When the war against the Boko Haram terrorists started in 2009, it was treated like another uprising by misguided people clinging on the apron of religion.
Hunger blinds security sense
Even Pyrrhic victory leads to graveyard peace and the military knows that to a point that it acknowledges that community policing is the best approach
Insurgency: International community has not done enough for Nigeria
A security consultant and the Managing Director of Hakes and Partners, Col Hassan Stan-Labo (Rtd) has said the international community has not done enough for Nigeria
Seven children among 14 killed in roadside bomb in Burkina Faso
Seven children and four women were among 14 civilians, killed when a roadside bomb blew up their bus in northwestern Burkina Faso