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Niger News

‘Catastrophic’ Conditions Reported in Camp for People Fleeing Boko Haram Click Here to Open in a New Window
Doctors Without Borders said nearly 200 people died of malnutrition and illness since May 23 in northeastern Nigeria. Boko Haram attacks have displaced millions.
The Breast Milk Gap Click Here to Open in a New Window
A subset of American babies fall behind with their first bottle.
After Years of Distrust, U.S. Military Reconciles With Nigeria to Fight Boko Haram Click Here to Open in a New Window
Nigeria’s new president has focused on eliminating corruption in the military and, although doubts remain, the U.S. is ready to sell 12 warplanes to Nigeria.
Malian Man Who Killed U.S. Diplomat Is Sentenced to 25 Years Click Here to Open in a New Window
Alhassane Mohamed, who shot William Bultemeier during a carjacking in Niger in 2000 and twice escaped custody in Africa, will serve his term in the United States.
Boko Haram and ISIS Are Collaborating More, U.S. Military Says Click Here to Open in a New Window
A weapons convoy believed to be from Islamic State fighters seized in an area devastated by Boko Haram raises alarm that the two are working to attack U.S. allies in Africa.
Out of Africa Click Here to Open in a New Window
In a city in the Sahara, migrants assemble with hopes of escaping to a better life.
Nigeria: Building Collapse Kills 34 Click Here to Open in a New Window
The collapse of a complex under construction killed mostly foreign workers from Benin and Niger in Nigeria’s commercial capital, Lagos, officials said.
Shell and Nigerian Partner Are Sued in Britain Over Spills Click Here to Open in a New Window
Farmers and fishermen in the Niger Delta say they have suffered for years because of large spills from oil pipelines.
Conflicts Keep 24 Million Children Out of School, Unicef Report Finds Click Here to Open in a New Window
The highest proportion was in South Sudan, where more than half the school-age children are not in school.
Jihadists Deepen Collaboration in North Africa Click Here to Open in a New Window
The active coordination is turning one of the most inhospitable territories on earth into a complex security challenge for African and global forces.





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