Niger unveils blueprint for urban policy
An unflattering picture of the proposed Niger State Urban Policy (SUP) may have emerged, following a tentative assessment and discussions with residents in Minna
Attack on security forces kills nine in Burkina Faso
Gunmen killed nine soldiers and officers in an attack on a police station and military unit in northeastern Burkina Faso on Saturday, security sources said, in the latest deadly assault in a country
Scores die in ISWAP, Boko Haram clash
No fewer than 25 Commanders and a Chief Judge of the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) and Boko Haram have been killed during a leadership tussle among the terrorists
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.
Niger stampede kills 20 at handout for refugees
Twenty people, many of them women and children, were trampled to death on Monday in a stampede for food and money for refugees in southeast Niger, sources said.
Bello commiserates with victims of bandits attack
Gov. Abubakar Bello of Niger has commiserated with victims of banditry attacks in Gurmana and other communities in Shiroro Local Government Area.
Minimum wage: Organised labour in Niger to begin strike February 4
Organised labour in Niger state on Monday, directed workers to embark on an indefinite strike from February 4, over non-implementation of the new national minimum wage and other entitlements.
Presidency, National Assembly and burden of insecurity
As you read this, there might be an attack by unknown assailants on people in some part of the country and dozens of innocent lives cut short.