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Nigeria to launch new investigation of 2014 kidnap of Chibok girls | News by Country | Reuters



ABUJA Jan 14 (Reuters) - Nigeria's president MuhammaduBuhari has ordered an investigation into http://www.yohaig.ng/category/newspapers/vanguard/ the kidnapping of 219schoolgirls by Islamist jihadi group Boko Haram in April 2014from the town of Chibok, the presidency said on Thursday.



A statement said a panel would be announced soon by theNational Security Advisor. The decision comes after the Nigeria girls'parents and the Bring Back Our Girls movement marched to thepresidential villa to demand a meeting with Buhari.



(Reporting by Felix Onuah; Writing by Julia Payne; Editing byAndrew Roche)

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11 months ago

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11 months ago

Easter bombing near church in Nigeria kills 38

(AP) LAGOS, Nigeria - A suicide car bomber detonated his explosives Sunday morning on a busy road after apparently turning away from attacking Nigerian churches holding Easter services, killing at least 38 people in a massive blast that rattled a city long at the center of religious, ethnic and political violence in the nation.

The blast struck Kaduna, the capital of Kaduna state, leaving charred motorcycles and debris strewn across a major road in the city where many gather to eat at informal restaurants and buy black market gasoline. Nearby hotels and homes had their windows blown out and roofs torn away by the force of the powerful explosion, which engulfed a group of motorcycle taximen.

The explosion damaged the nearby All Nigeria Nations Christian Assembly Church and the ECWA Good News Church as churchgoers worshipped at an Easter service, the possible target of the bomber. Witnesses said it appeared the explosive-laden car attempted to go into the compound of the churches before it detonated, but was blocked by barriers in the http://www.theguardian.com/world/nigeria street and was turned away by a security guard as police approached.

"We were in the holy communion service and I was exhorting my people and all of a sudden, we heard a loud noise that shattered all our windows and doors, destroyed our fans and some of our equipment in the church," Pastor Joshua Raji said.

While no one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, suspicion immediately fell on a radical Islamist sect blamed for hundreds of killings in the oil-rich nation this year alone. And some fear the attack could further inflame tensions around Kaduna, a region on the dividing line between Nigeria's largely Christian south and Muslim north.

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At least 38 people were killed in the blast, said Abubakar Zakari Adamu, a spokesman for the Kaduna state Emergency Management Agency. Others suffered serious injuries and were receiving treatment at local hospitals, Adamu said.

A witness, Augustine Vincent, said he was riding a motorcycle just behind the car when it exploded.

"God saw our heart and saved us," he said.

Churches have been increasingly targeted by violence on holy days in Nigeria, a nation of http://www.yohaig.ng/category/newspapers/national-mirror/ more than 160 million people of Christians and Muslims. A Christmas Day suicide bombing of a Catholic church in Madalla near Nigeria's capital killed at least 44 people.

Police and soldiers quickly cordoned off the blast site, though citizens looked on at the flames and damage. Authorities said they had no immediately suspects in the attack, though a radical Islamist sect known as Boko Haram has claimed similar attacks in the past.

Boko Haram, whose name means "Western education is sacrilege" in the Hausa language of Nigeria's north, is waging an increasingly bloody fight with security agencies and the public. More than 380 people have been killed in violence blamed on the sect this year alone, according to an Associated Press count.

The sect, employing suicide bombers and assault-rifle shootouts, has attacked both Christians and Muslims, as well as the United Nations' headquarters in Nigeria.

The sect has rejected efforts to begin indirect peace talks with Nigeria's government. Its demands include the introduction of strict Shariah law across the country, even in Christian areas, and the release of all imprisoned http://www.un.org/esa/earthsummit/nigeriac.htm followers.

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1 year ago

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Rescue workers carry a body bag after a explosion at a shopping mall in Abuja, Nigeria, June 25, 2014.

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Rescue service work at the scene of an explosion at a shopping mall in Abuja, Nigeria, June 25, 2014. An explosion rocked a shopping mall in Nigeria's capital, Abuja and police say at least over 20 people have been killed and many wounded.

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Rescue workers assist a blast victim, after an explosion at a shopping mall in Abuja, Nigeria, June 25, 2014. An explosion rocked a shopping mall in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, and police say at least over 20 people have been killed and many wounded.

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People watch as smoke fills the sky, after an explosion, at a shopping mall, June 25, 2014, in Abuja, Nigeria. An explosion rocked a shopping mall in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, and police say at least over 20 people have been killed and many wounded.

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People watch as smoke fills the sky, after an explosion, at a shopping mall, June 25, 2014, in Abuja, Nigeria. An explosion rocked a shopping mall in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, and police say at least over 20 people have been killed and many wounded.

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An injured woman is assisted, after an explosion, at a shopping mall, June 25, 2014, in Abuja, Nigeria. An explosion rocked a shopping mall in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, and police say at least over 20 people have been killed and many wounded.

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An injured person is assisted after an explosion, at a shopping mall, June 25, 2014, in Abuja, Nigeria. An explosion rocked a shopping mall in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, and police say at least over 20 people have been killed and many wounded.

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