A Battle of Two Schoolhouses in Nigeria's War Against Boko Haram
The Nigerian army set up an outpost in a former girls' secondary school, while Boko Haram used a second school across the road as a staging ground for attacks.
Threat of Post-Election Violence Looms in Nigeria — But Not Necessarily From Boko Haram
Incendiary campaign rhetoric, armed militias, and trigger-happy police could once again shatter the promise of a peaceful democratic result to Nigeria’s presidential election.
Election Day in Nigeria Marred by Boko Haram Attacks and Voting Difficulties
As many as 39 people were reported killed in attacks by Boko Haram, and officials were forced to extend elections in parts of the country until Sunday due to difficulties registering voters.