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Iran, Nigeria sign nine MoUs to boost economic, trade ties
Iran and Nigeria signed nine memorandums of understanding (MoUs) to expand their economic and trade ties.
Gun attack on church in southwest Nigeria leaves 21 dead
Gunmen killed at least 21 people, including children, in an attack on a Catholic church in southwest Nigeria on Sunday, local officials said, in violence that drew widespread international condemnation.
Nigerian delegation due in Tehran for high-level trade talks
Nigerian Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama will visit Iran in early June for high-level trade talks.
Explosion at Nigerian illegal oil refinery kills over 100
More than 100 people were killed overnight in an explosion at an illegal oil refining depot on the border of Nigeria's Rivers and Imo states, a local government official and an environmental group said.
Nigeria army says 70 ‘terrorists’ killed in air raid
The Nigerian Air Force said it has killed more than 70 Daesh-affiliated terrorists in the north of the country, at the border with Niger, in air raid.
Gunmen kill 24 in central Nigeria: Local gov’t
Gunmen killed 24 people in two attacks in Nigeria's central Benue state, its governor said Wednesday, as violence caused by heavily armed criminal gangs intensifies across the region.
Gunmen kill at least 62 vigilantes in Nigeria's Kebbi state
Gunmen ambushed and killed at least 62 members of a volunteer vigilante group in Nigeria’s northwestern Kebbi state, the head of the group and a police spokesman said, in the worst violence to hit the state since mid-January.
Iran’s ‘Patio’ to vie at Nigerian Int’l Women's Film Festival
The Iranian film, ‘Patio,’ directed by Maryam Bahrololoomi, will be screened at the competition section of the Women's International Film Festival Nigeria.
At least 200 dead in bandit attacks in northwest Nigeria
An estimated 200 people were killed and 10,000 displaced in attacks by armed bandits in the northwestern Nigerian state of Zamfara following military air raids on their hideouts last week.
Survivors: Over 100 killed in attack in Nigeria’s north
More than 100 people were killed in Nigeria’s troubled northern region, survivors told The Associated Press, as authorities continue to search for bodies and for suspects of the three-day violence.
Nigeria races to find survivors as 22 die in building collapse
Rescuers in Nigeria on Wednesday raced to find survivors, two days after a high-rise building under construction collapsed and trapped scores of people in the commercial capital Lagos, as the death toll rose to 22, an emergency official said.
British Museum accepts Nigerian artist’s gift but keeps looted bronzes
The British Museum accepted a bronze plaque made by an artist from Benin City in Nigeria, who said he felt this was a possible first step towards the museum’s return of the priceless Benin Bronzes that were looted by British troops in 1897.
Gunmen kidnap students in northwest Nigeria
Gunmen have kidnapped 140 students from a boarding school in northwestern Nigeria, a teacher said Monday, the latest in a wave of student kidnappings. Kaduna state police spokesman Mohammed Jalige confirmed the attack but did not provide details on the number of pupils taken.
At least 80 students abducted in attack on Nigerian school
Gunmen killed a police officer and kidnapped at least 80 students and five teachers from a school in the Nigerian state of Kebbi, police, residents and a teacher said.

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