North East insurgency – Residents celebrate return of peace to their communities
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North East insurgency - Residents celebrate return of peace to their communities.
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More than fifteen million children are orphaned in Nigeria due to no fault of theirs. As the world marks orphan day, many say there is a need to care for them, especially children. Jesse Tafida takes a look at the significance of the day and conditions of orphans in Borno state.
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Governor Buni urges military to adopt new strategy in tackling Insurgency
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Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Sunday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Sunday.
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Insurgency: Lawmaker laments the deplorable state of Adamawa communities
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Insurgency: Buhari must retire all Service Chiefs, says Gudaji Kazaure
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Chief of Air Staff asks Nigerians to support troops in the fight against insurgency
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Ex-servicemen seek involvement in battle against insurgency
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What I saw in Zamfara is insurgency not banditry - Sheik Gumi
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Islamist jihadis in the unstable region have killed thousands of soldiers. French President Emmanuel Macron is thought to want support for a troop drawdown amid rising numbers of French combat deaths.
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Afghanistan has seen a recent spate of "sticky bomb" attacks. Their arrival in India-administered Kashmir now raises concerns that a Taliban-style violent insurgency could soon grip the disputed Himalayan region.
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In an exclusive interview with The Guardian, Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, discussed the country’s convoluted political structure, social upheavals, and menace of banditry, criminality, and the absence of governance at the centre.
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Children as young as 11 have been victims to jihadist violence - including beheadings - in northeast Mozambique during an insurgency in the region, Save the Children says. According to outside monitors, the violence has displaced 670,000 people and claimed the lives of at least 2,600. And tens of thousands of Nigerians who fled to Cameroon to escape Boko Haram extremists are now hoping they can return home through a voluntary repatriation scheme. In Sudan life goes on as normal outside the hospitals, despite infection rates that are believed to be higher than the 28,500 cases registered.
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As any diplomat will tell you, your friends' friends aren’t necessarily your friends. We knew that at the start of the war in Ukraine, when Israel made sure to keep up relations with Russia so it could keep on targeting Moscow ally Syria. Did that all change last Saturday night in Isfahan? Israeli drones reportedly targeted a defence facility in Iran's third-largest city.
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