Nigeria: Five soldiers buried after jihadist attacks
Five soldiers of the Nigerian army are buried after they were killed in clashes with jihadist group Boko Haram. This is the first time the army has organized a public funeral for soldiers who fell fighting against Boko Haram.
Double suicide attack in northeast Nigeria kills at least three
Three civilians are dead and eight wounded after two female suicide bombers suspected to have been operating for Boko Haram launched an attack on the town of Mafa in northeast Nigeria. Boko Haram has been waging a 10-year insurgency in northeast Nigeria that has seen it repeatedly use female suicide bombers to attack soft targets such as mosques, markets and bus stations.
The impact of insecurity on investment in Nigeria
This week is the 10th anniversary of the killing of Mohammed Yusuf, Founder of Boko Haram. To discuss how insecurity has impacted Nigeria's investment climate over the years, Co-Managing Partner at Commercio Partners, Steve Osho joins CNBC Africa for more.
Death toll in Nigeria Boko Haram attack up to 65 - official
An attack this weekend by Boko Haram fighters on a funeral in northeast Nigeria has left 65 people dead, almost triple the initial toll, a local official says. Dozens more bodies were discovered following the assault Saturday by gunmen on a village close to the regional capital Maiduguri.
Boko Haram: 10 years of conflict and still no respite for the displaced Nigerians
In Nigeria, attacks by the militant Islamist movement Boko Haram have forced millions to flee their homes. The continuous stream of displaced people fill the camps and the slums of Maiduguri - an unstable situation that has already dragged on for a decade.
The use of child fighters in the war on terror
Almost 900 children who were recruited into the ranks of an anti-Boko Haram militia in Nigeria have been released, UNICEF said Friday. The 894 children, including 106 girls, were recruited by the Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF) in Maiduguri in northeast Nigeria
Nigerian villagers flee after Boko Haram raid
Thousands of residents have fled their village in northeast Nigeria's Borno state, fearing renewed attacks by Boko Haram after a recent raid by the jihadists.
Battling Boko Haram through the airwaves
Nigeria's outspoken radio host Fatima Ibrahim has been threatened with beheading by Boko Haram - but she still carries on.
Chibok girls still undereducated, unsafe five years after abductions
Five years after the kidnapping of 276 girls from Chibok, many schools in northeastern Nigeria are still not safe. Student numbers have dropped and education is still suffering under the threat of Boko Haram.
Sambisa Forest: A tourist centre
Formerly a safari, the Sambisa forest, which covers an area of about 600,000 square kilometres, was captured by Boko Haram in 2013. After the Nigerian Army partially reclaimed the infamous kidnapping and killing field, the Nigerian government is now ready to restore the reclaimed forest to its old glory.