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Saudi Arabia knows this principle well and it imposed its blockade on Qatar after establishing that it was a state sponsor of terrorism and regional instability
The Nigerian Army has called on the remnants of Boko Haram terrorists to immediately surrender to avoid dying like dogs from military clearance operations.
The religious group has said that the adoption of the whistle-blowing policy will help exterminate the use of bombers by insurgents in the north-east region.
The ongoing war against Boko Haram in Nigeria may soon get a boost following the approval of the sale of 12 high-tech attack planes to Nigeria by the US.
Report just reaching NAIJ.com indicates that Boko Haram insurgents have killed seven people in Mildo community, the Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa
Dr. Chinedu Nneji, the Commandant General of NUPEC, has assured Nigerians that the Nigerian Peace Corps (NPC) will end Boko Haram insurgency in three months.
Boko Haram insurgents have reportedly carried out 97 bombings in Borno state between March and June 2017, according to a media outlet based in the state.
The Islamic State terrorist group (IS) has confirmed the death of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was likely killed following bombings by Russian forces.
The CDS Olonisakin said the military high command had met with other stakeholders to encourage the populace to provide them with necessary intelligence.
A civil society group Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency (CESJET) said the recent surrender of 700 Boko Haram members to the Army is commendable
Boko Haram jihadists have kidnapped 37 women and slit the throats of nine other people at the village of Ngalewa, near a border with Nigeria on Sunday, July 2.
The Department of State Services (DSS) has made a very crucial arrest. The agency has apprehended some suspected terrorist planning to strike on Sallah.
Many may have been killed. Hundreds of civilians fled to Damboa town from Gumsiri. The terrorists arrived at about 6 pm and as of 8.30pm, they were still there.
25-year old Aisha's disappearance stoked concern about the difficulty of deradicalising and reintegrating into the society, women seized by the jihadists.
Five persons have been confirmed dead while six others are still missing following an attack by Boko Haram militants on some villages near Chibok in Borno state
About six persons have been killed and 30 others injured after Boko Haram bombers detonating two bombs in a camp for displaced persons in the town of Kolofata.
The report was authored by the Global Amnesty Watch (GAW), who monitors the conduct of military, defence and security forces in combating crimes globally.
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has acquired dogs, which have been trained to detect explosives, arms and ammunitions, narcotics as well as other substances.
Global Amnesty Watch (GAW) said the recent success attained by the Nigerian military against the terrorist has exceeded its limit and must be improved.
Niger security forces killed 57 members of Islamist militant group B'Haram and 2 civilians were injured in an attack on a village in southeastern Diffa region
It leaves us wondering if the embezzlement of money meant for IDPs camps or money for brokering negotiations with terrorists is worth killing other people for.
As the war against insurgency wages on, the Nigerian Air Force has acquired two Mi-35M attack helicopters from Russia to combat terrorist and criminals.