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30 Jan 2020
Adamawa state governor, Amhadou Fintiri, has commended President Muhammadu Buhari's unflinching support for the military in its fight against the insurgents in the northeast
25 Jan 2020
The Nigerian Airforce has upgraded its Alpha Jets to help in its fight against the insurgency in the northeast.
13 Nov 2019
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.
24 Jul 2019
Twelve civilians, including two children, were killed during two attacks carried out by suspected members of the Islamist-rooted ADF militia group in northeast DR Congo.
15 Feb 2019
Since the insurgency by Boko Haram terrorists began in Nigeria’s northeast in 2009, the region has suffered both human and material losses that have displaced millions of residents.
7 Dec 2018
The African Development Bank in collaboration with Nigeria's Presidential Committee on the Northeast Initiative has launched the bank-financed Inclusive Basic Delivery and Livelihood Empowerment Program for Northeast Nigeria.
20 Jun 2017
Of an estimated N17 billion donated to support IDPs, up to half has been diverted. The Ag. president says that less than half of every 100 lorries, sent to the North-East with food supplies, arrive their destination.
30 May 2017
Heavy rains and flooding have left six people dead and displaced tens of thousands in Brazil's northeast.
5 Feb 2017
Northeast food shortage - FG rules out famine, says prediction is false

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