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10 Feb
Young boys and internet sensation, the Ikorodu Bois known for recreating and mimicking multi-million-dollar music videos, Hollywood film trailers, and epic pictures have been nominated for a Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award.”
6 Feb
The government said the group was a "neo-fascist" organization and "engages in political violence." It said that the group was on domestic intelligence's radar owing to "not just rhetoric but activity and planning."
31 Jan
Police uncover underage boys at Lagos food factory in Lagos
18 Dec 2020
More than 300 kidnapped boys held captive for six days have been handed over to authorities. Some question whether the militant Islamist group Boko Haram was really behind the kidnapping.
11 Oct 2019
On Fridays, around the world, sartorial standards slip. From bank clerks to CEOs, grown men appear at workplaces dressed for the beach or a relaxed night out with the boys. They call it 'Casual Friday.' They think it's okay. Well, according to Gerhard Elfers, IT IS NOT!
7 Oct 2019
The 25 boys and girls allegedly cooperated with the Islamist terror group Boko Haram. Human and children's rights activists are concerned at how minors are being treated by both militants and Nigeria's army.
5 Sep 2019
Can you do what these talented boys and girls from Kuyoro Olalekan’s GKB Unicycle Academy can do on their unicycles? ⁣⁣
14 Jun 2019
Their heads soaked in sweat, a class of little boys practises Lionel Messi-esque stepovers at a kindergarten tucked away between residential tower blocks in Shanghai. They do not know it, but they are a tiny part of President Xi Jinping's aggressive drive to make China a footballing superpower by 2050.
7 Jun 2019
Some 115 million boys worldwide entered marriage before the age of 18, a new study by the UN's children's agency shows. The marriage of minors "steals childhood," UNICEF's executive director said.
18 Jul 2018
The 12 boys and their soccer coach rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand left a hospital on Wednesday (July 18) to make their first public appearance at a nationally-broadcast news conference in the northern province of Chiang Rai.
9 Jul 2018
One 13-year-old Thai boy didn’t join his teammates on the trip that led them to explore a cave during monsoon season and become trapped. His mother is glad, while he himself waits every moment for news of his friends.

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