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18 Mar 2021
UN Seeks One Billion Dollars to help children, women in North East
18 Jul 2020
About 380 Nigerian soldiers fighting insurgency in the North-east and other theatres of operation have reportedly written to the Chief of Army Staff, Lt,-Gen Tukur Buratai, for voluntary retirement.
8 Jun 2020
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16 Sep 2019
22,000 Nigerians missing in North-East, Says Red Cross
22 Jul 2019
Ali Ndume speaks on North-East humanitarian crisis
31 Oct 2018
The Federal Government has debunked an online publication alleging deplorable conditions of the troops fighting Boko Haram in the North East, saying the report is a classic example of fake news.
7 Mar 2018
FG pledges better security for schools in North East.
14 Feb 2018
FG renews commitment to rebuilding North East.
30 Oct 2017
North East insurgency - Residents celebrate return of peace to their communities.
15 Oct 2017
WHO applauds FG's health intervention in North East region.
14 Sep 2017
North East crisis - UN says 5.2m people in need of assistance.
20 Aug 2017
UN asks FG to urgently end north east crisis.

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