- BREAKING: 5 soldiers killed as Boko Haram launch surprise attack; 40 injured
- Nigeria Army seizes 536 goats, cows from Boko Haram as police takes custody
- Soldiers kill 15 Boko Haram fighters, wound several others in Sambisa Forest (photos)
- UPDATED: If Buhari dies, I will kill 200 people - Police officer
In as a statement by the army spokesperson of the 28 Task Force Brigade, Mubi, Akinloye Badare, the Chadians were arrested in a foiled terrorist attack.
In carrying out its war against the Nigerian government, Boko Haram has kidnapped and enslaved thousands of women and children including thousands of young boys
The Nigerian Army troops successfully repelled a Boko Haram attack on Madagali and Liman Kara towns in Adamawa and Borno states, North-East Nigeria on Friday.
A human right watch organisation, Global Amnesty Watch Foundation, has alleged that 55 people died in military detention at Giwa Barrack, Maiduguri, Borno.
Emerging reports on April 20 say not fewer than eight Nigerian soldiers have been killed by Boko Haram fighters who also sacked an Army base in Borno state.
Suspected Boko Haram terrorists have raided a military post killing five soldiers while five others were left injured in a surprised attack near Maiduguri.
The NSCDC commandant further added that the two suspects were abandoned by the Boko Haram commander who asked them to wait for him in Maiduguri.
Many girls have suffered similar and perhaps more damaging fate in the hands of terrorists. The sad story of young Yagana is one of them as reported by UNICEF.
The suspended senator representing Borno South Ali Ndume has vowed not to apologise to senate president Abubakar Bukola Saraki in order to be reinstated.
This followed a plot by some Boko Haram elements to bomb the United States embassy, United Kingdom High Commission and other western interests in Abuja recently
President Buhari also said that his government was negotiating with the insurgents for the release of the children adding that he is ready to bend backwards.
A Boko Haram attacks on a military check-point outside the city of Maiduguri has resulted in the death of a soldier while another police has been injured.
A Facebook user identified as Tahir Tijjani Bolori, has been reported dead barely 24 hours after losing his wife and announcing her death on Facebook.
Scores of Boko Haram members detained at a military facility in Maiduguri, have reportedly lost their lives as their bodies were seen taken to the hospital
The new order comes from the acting General Officer Commanding (Ag GOC), 7 Division Nigerian Army, Operation LAFIYA DOLE, Brigadier-General Victor Ezugwu.
The Nigeria Police Force,Borno Command on Monday, April 10, confirmed the death of two suspected bombers in a statement after another foiled attack in Maiduguri
A soldier has shot dead a suicide bomber who attempted to infiltrate University of Maiduguri through the works department.
Boko Haram has continued to plague residents and travellers within the northeastern part of the country. Many are feared killed following their latest attack.
The Borno state government on Sunday, April 9, plans to evacuate 78,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) back home who fled to Cameroon during the insurgency
Explosions have rocked Maiduguri, the Borno state capital, in the early hours of Saturday, April 8 as Muslims observed their morning prayers in the state.
Here the story of the survival of Falta, a pregnant mother-of-three at the time when Boko Haram terrorists attacked her native town of Konduga in Borno state.
Ali Mustapha, a 17-year-old member of the Boko Haram terrorist group, has confessed to becoming a killer after he was abducted and forcefully conscripted.