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15 Nov
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13 Nov
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2 Nov
Suspected bandits in the early hours of Tuesday attacked the staff quarters of the University of Abuja, abducting four staff of the institution along with their children.
21 Jul 2021
The Nigerian authorities had negotiated with heavily armed gangs to secure the release of the villagers, according to local reports.
20 Jul 2021
A Nigerian jet has been downed in the northwest of the country. The pilot safely ejected and avoided capture.
20 Jul 2021
Nigeria almost lost another highly-trained military officer after a Nigerian Airforce fighter jet was shot down by so-called bandits between the boundaries of Zamfara and Kaduna. But Flight Lieutenant Abayomi Dairo, against all odds, displayed why the motto of the air branch of the Nigerian Armed Forces is "Willing … Able … Ready."⁣
2 Jul 2021
The State Governor of kano State, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje narrowly escaped death after deadly bandits unleashed an attack on his convoy on their way back from Zamfara state.
4 Jun 2021
The Nigeria Police Force earlier today paraded 81 suspects arrested between April and May 2021.
30 Apr 2021
Again, bandits, who abducted the 39 students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Kaduna, have released another video of the abducted students of the school.
26 Apr 2021
Miners in Zamfara state say they are also victims of frequent attacks by the bandits who ravage communities in the state.
13 Apr 2021
The Nigerian Army on Monday laid to rest, the remains of Captain Adeolu Adedayo and eleven other soldiers killed by bandits in Konshisha Local Government Area of Benue State.
21 Mar 2021
Police determined to cut off arms supply to bandits, insurgents

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