TEHRAN, October 8 - Iranian Deputy Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Mohammad-Reza Fayyaz said the volume of mutual economic exchanges between Iran and Nigeria has increased over last Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2016, March 20, 2017).
News ID: 13881 Publish Date : 2017/10/08
TEHRAN, October 8 - The Federal Government of Nigeria has reaffirmed that it does not need the permission of any nation before declaring anyone or group a terrorist organisation.
News ID: 13875 Publish Date : 2017/10/08
TEHRAN, October 8 - 30 Nigerian soldiers shot dead after being ambushed by Boko Haram
News ID: 13872 Publish Date : 2017/10/08
TEHRAN, September 26 - The World Health Organization said Tuesday it has completed a massive cholera vaccination campaign in restive northeastern Nigeria, where the disease has already killed 54 people.
News ID: 13284 Publish Date : 2017/09/26
TEHRAN, September 18 - The United Nations says at least 44 people have died in a cholera outbreak in the militancy-hit northeast of Nigeria, where the first case of the disease was identified nearly five weeks ago.
News ID: 13061 Publish Date : 2017/09/18
TEHRAN, September 6 - Cholera is spreading fast through camps housing people displaced by Boko Haram militants in northeast Nigeria's Borno state, the United Nations said on Wednesday.
News ID: 12753 Publish Date : 2017/09/06
TEHRAN, September 2 - Suspected Takfiri Boko Haram militants have killed at least 18 people in northeastern Nigeria near the border with Cameroon in the latest surge of lethal assaults by the terror outfit in the restive region, local sources say.
News ID: 12606 Publish Date : 2017/09/02
TEHRAN, August 16 - Iran categorically blasted terrorist attack in Nigeria, stressing use of potential to end the evil phenomenon.
News ID: 12103 Publish Date : 2017/08/16
TEHRAN, June 26, YJC - The Nigerian police say multiple bomb attacks have claimed the lives of at least 16 people and wounded more than a dozen others in the country’s troubled northeast.
News ID: 10719 Publish Date : 2017/06/26
TEHRAN, April 1, YJC - Militants from the Boko Haram group have kidnapped almost two dozen girls and women in northeastern Nigeria, media report.
News ID: 8570 Publish Date : 2017/04/01
The United Nations World Food Programme has sounded the alarm for millions of people who are at risk of dying from starvation in the militant-infested northeastern region of Nigeria.
News ID: 7450 Publish Date : 2017/01/28
Nigeria should consider giving asylum to The Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh as a way of ending the political crisis in his country, lawmakers said on Thursday.
News ID: 7224 Publish Date : 2017/01/12
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on Tuesday condemned the killings of civilians in Nigeria by Boko Haram militants.
News ID: 6575 Publish Date : 2015/03/14
KANO, Nigeria, Feb 14, 2015 (AFP) - Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan appealed for more US help in fighting Boko Haram, as the Islamists struck again on Saturday and called for a boycott of upcoming general elections.
News ID: 6316 Publish Date : 2015/02/15
ABUJA, Feb 8, 2015 (AFP) - Nigeria has postponed its presidential election on security grounds as the Boko Haram conflict intensifies, handing a potential lifeline to the ruling party as it battles a tough challenge from the opposition.
News ID: 6246 Publish Date : 2015/02/08
WASHINGTON, Feb 7, 2015 (AFP) - The United States called Friday for Nigeria's presidential elections to be held on time, as the nation's electoral commission weighs a delay over difficulty distributing voter cards.
News ID: 6235 Publish Date : 2015/02/07
Suspected Boko Haram militants have targeted two Shia mosques in northeast Nigeria with bomb attacks, killing at least six worshippers and injuring several others.
News ID: 4737 Publish Date : 2014/07/30
Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamists could be classed as war criminals, the United Nations human rights office said Tuesday, as it condemned a bloody attack on a wedding convoy.
News ID: 2598 Publish Date : 2013/11/05
A military strike on a Boko Haram Islamist camp in Nigeria's restive northeast has killed 150 Islamists and 16 soldiers, army spokesman Ibrahim Attahiru told AFP Wednesday.
News ID: 2172 Publish Date : 2013/09/18