• Churchgoers killed in Nigeria

    lagos January 2, 2018 13:09 Hot Recent News

    Unknown people have opened fire to churchgoers in the village of Omoku in southern Nigeria. Certainly seventeen people were killed. According to one official, the victims left the Mass on Monday for the New Year when they were attacked.

  • Queen Máxima left Nigeria

    lagos November 2, 2017 23:27 Hot Recent News

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  • Dozens of deaths by collision buses Nigeria

    Dozens of deaths by collision buses Nigeria

    lagos May 6, 2017 20:06 Hot Recent News

    Two minibuses with at least eighteen passengers were bumped on fire on a busy road between Lagos and Ibadan in southern Nigeria on Saturday. A traffic police spokeswoman could not say anything about the number of victims, but an eyewitness told the Nigerian press agency NAN that the only survivor was a baby wrecked by one of the vans.

  • Certainly 160 dead in church disaster

    Certainly 160 dead in church disaster

    December 11, 2016 10:09 Hot Recent News

    The death toll from the collapsed church in the Nigerian city of Uyo has risen to 160. Dozens of people are still seriously injured in hospital. The building had gathered a lot of people according to Nigerian media as a spiritual bishop was consecrated.

  • Full church collapsed in Nigeria

    December 10, 2016 17:39 Hot Recent News

    An unknown number of people were killed when a church collapsed in the Nigerian city of Uyo (Akwa Ibom State). The building had gathered a lot of people according to Nigerian media as a spiritual bishop was consecrated.

  • Amnesty: Nigeria killed 150 protesters

    Amnesty: Nigeria killed 150 protesters

    lagos November 24, 2016 06:51 Hot Recent News

    Amnesty International says security forces of Nigeria are responsible for the deaths of at least 150 protesters in the Biafra region. The army would have shot almost without warning sharply, to disperse demonstrators from the separatist action group Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). This would have happened between August 2015 and August 2016.

  • 'Victims Boko Haram abused in camps'

    'Victims Boko Haram abused in camps'

    lagos October 31, 2016 16:51 Hot Recent News

    Nigerian women and girls are raped fleeing terror group Boko Haram and exploited by, among other soldiers and officers. With that accusation comes Human Rights Watch (HRW), which refers to 43 cases of sexual exploitation.

  • Facebook launches Internet satellite

    Facebook launches Internet satellite

    September 2, 2016 03:42 Hot Recent News

    Facebook launches this week a satellite to improve Internet access in rural areas of Africa south of the Sahara. That Mark Zuckerberg Wednesday in the Nigerian capital Lagos said. According to the Facebook boss will Satellite '' connectivity beam down '.

  • OM may prosecute politicians Golden Dawn
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    OM may prosecute politicians Golden Dawn

    athens August 31, 2016 16:00 Hot Recent News

    The Greek parliament has lifted the immunity of two MPs from the far-right party Golden Dawn Wednesday. The pair can therefore be prosecuted for the launching of an attack on a community center in Ilioupoli, a suburb of Athens, the Greek newspaper Kathimerini writes.

  • Cell danger for dog owner

    Cell danger for dog owner

    lagos August 25, 2016 17:39 Hot Recent News

    A dog owner in Nigeria threatens to turn into the cell because his pet has given the name of the president. The man painted the name of President Muhammadu Buhari on two sides by his dog. Nigerian authorities see it as an insult.

  • 'Melbourne's most livable city in the world '

    'Melbourne's most livable city in the world '

    london August 18, 2016 13:00 Hot Recent News

    Australia, Austria and Canada have the most livable cities in the world. The Australian city of Melbourne has the best performance in terms of stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. The Austrian capital Vienna is right behind there, like the Canadian cities of Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary.

  • Boko Haram hostages free

    Boko Haram hostages free

    lagos June 26, 2016 14:45 Hot Recent News

    The army of Nigeria at the weekend along with local militias over 5,000 people released that were held hostage by the Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram. During the raids in fifteen villages six terrorists were slain in the northeast of the country, the military said Sunday.

  • Amnesty: Nigerian army shot dead activists

    Amnesty: Nigerian army shot dead activists

    lagos June 10, 2016 06:54 Hot Recent News

    Amnesty International has accused the Nigerian military of shooting dead at least seventeen members of a separatist action group in the Biafra region. The organization speaks of 'excessive and unnecessary use of force' and calls for research on the government of the African country.

  • Nigerian army arrests ringleader Ansaru

    Nigerian army arrests ringleader Ansaru

    lagos April 4, 2016 11:21 Hot Recent News

    The Nigerian army has arrested Khalid al-Barnawi, the leader of the militant Islamic organization Ansaru. That is a splinter group of Boko Haram, which has been accused of abduct and kill Westerners. The US State Department said al-Barnawi in 2012, one of the three Nigerian leaders on the black list with links to Boko Haram and the African branch of al Qaeda.

  • Dozens killed Lagos building collapse

    Dozens killed Lagos building collapse

    lagos March 10, 2016 11:07 Hot Recent News

    With the collapse of a five-storey building in Nigeria's business metropolis Lagos are at least 35 people died. Still under construction building collapsed Tuesday, but Thursday was still searching for further victims among the rubble, said a spokesman for the local crisis management team.

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