Your browser does not support JavaScript or it may be disabled!
rediff.com
 India As It Happens
Rediff Labs will showcase innovative products that rediff is working on behind the scenes.
News   |   Images
NEWS ON MOBILE
Get Realtime News
on your webpage

About 1336 results for "nigeria"

UN Nigeria aid convoy ambushed
BBC

UNICEF resumes aid to NE Nigeria after convoy attack

Lagos (AFP) - UNICEF will continue to provide assistance to millions of conflict-affected children in northeast Nigeria, despite an attack on its convoy by Boko Haram Islamists, the UN children's agency has said. The jihadists ambushed a ... Yahoo! Finance, 1 hour ago
UN aid convoy in Nigeria ambushed Bangladesh Daily Star, 14 hours ago
[x]  

36,621 images for nigeria

ESPN Soccernet, 19 hours ago
World Bulletin, 1 day ago
Daily Trust Nigera, 1 day ago
IT Web, 1 day ago
Daily Trust Nigera, 1 day ago
World Bulletin, 27 minutes ago
Daily Trust Nigera, 8 hours ago
News24 Nigeria, 15 hours ago
Nigeria Punch, 7 hours ago
CTV News, 19 hours ago
Breitbart.com

Nigeria to deploy troops in showdown with oil militants

AFP LAGOS NIGERIA is ready to deploy troops to the Niger delta in a showdown with militants who have wreaked havoc on the nation's key oil infrastructure since the start of the year, the army says. But local leaders have warned against the use of ...
 Qatar Tribune9 hours ago AFP - Nigeria-oil-unrest-military FOCUS  Namibia Press Agency16 hours ago Nigeria set to deploy troops against oil rebels - Business Standard  Naija Daily Wire16 hours ago News24.com.ng | Nigeria set to deploy troops against oil rebels  News24 Nigeria56 minutes ago
[x]  

Are Hizmet-linked schools in Nigeria recruiting terrorists to attack Turkey?

The Turkish government has asked Nigeria to close 17 Islamic schools linked "All the schools in Nigeria belong to the Gulen "Gulen In response to Cakil The Gulen However, AKP David Otto, CEO of global security provider TGS "Hizmet ...
 International Business Times UK15 hours ago Turkish colleges respond to Turkey's request to close 17 schools in Nigeria  Uncova1 hour ago Turkey's Request for Closure of Schools in Nigeria Baseless, Says Former Ambassador  This Day Online7 hours ago Alleged coup-plotter is running 17 schools in Nigeria - Turkey government  GhanaWeb12 hours ago
[x]  
Daily Trust Nigera

Team Nigeria leaves for Rio in batches

Tosin Adeloye, second left, failed drug test Disqualification of 4x400m Relay Team Shocks AFN With the football and basketball teams already in the United States rounding off their preparations for the Rio Olympics, and majority of ...
 The Guardian Nigeria6 hours ago Nigeria Will Handle Turkish Request With Diplomacy Minister  Uncova2 hours ago Nigeria: Keshi's Burial Rites Begin Today  AllAfrica.com2 hours ago Turkey Coup Clampdown Extended To Nigeria, Wants 17 Colleges Closed  Uncova3 hours ago
[x]  
Daily Nation

Football: Nigeria legend Keshi buried devoid of promised fanfare

(AFP) - Former Nigeria skipper and coach Stephen Keshi has been laid to rest in his village of Ilah, southern Nigeria, Friday afternoon, but without the fanfare promised by the country's government. Keshi, 54, died on June 8 in Benin City. ...
 Times of India17 hours ago Nigeria: Stephen Keshi Laid to Rest  AllAfrica.com1 hour ago Keshi: You now wonder if Nigeria is worth fighting for or even dying for  ForNaija.com15 hours ago Nigeria legend Stephen Keshi goes home  Uncova18 hours ago
[x]  
CNN

Where did it all go wrong for Team Nigeria?

A spokesman confirmed to CNN that Cuba would now take Nigeria's place after athlete Tosin Adeloye tested positive for a banned substance. The news comes at the end of a tumultuous week in Nigerian athletics. First Nigerians were outraged to ...
 CNN5 hours ago
CTV News

UN suspends aid to areas of northeast Nigeria after convoy ambushed

LAGOS, Nigeria -- The United Nations is suspending aid to dangerous areas of Nigeria's northeastern Borno state, where it says a half million people are starving, after Boko Haram ambushed a humanitarian convoy. Three civilians including a UNICEF ...
 CTV News19 hours ago UN Suspends Aid to Dangerous Areas of Northeast Nigeria  ABC News20 hours ago
[x]  

Nigeria's Skye says received 100 billion naira from central bank

LAGOS, July 29 (Reuters) - Nigeria's Skye Bank has received more than 100 billion naira in liquidity from the central bank since July 4 to shore up its operations, its new managing director said on Friday. Tokunmbo Abiru told reporters ...
 Reuters Africa18 hours ago Nigerias Skye says received 100 billion naira from central bank  Reuters UK18 hours ago Bajaj Auto sees better days after Nigeria foreign exchange reform  Business Line1 month ago Nigeria central bank floats embattled naira currency  Business Standard1 month ago
[x]  

Nigeria is making progress on economic reform and security

, Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in as Nigeria's president in a ceremony that Washington rightfully praised as the first democratic transfer of power in the nation's history. He was elected on a platform to fulfill three core pledges: tackle rampant ...
 The Hill13 hours ago

Nigeria prepares troops for Niger Delta crackdown if peace talks fail

YENAGOA, Nigeria, July 29 Nigeria is deploying troops into strategic positions in the Niger Delta to prepare to use force against militants if peace talks fail, defence chiefs said on Friday. Last week the government said it was talking to ...
 Reuters India14 hours ago Nigeria military prepares to crack down on Niger Delta militants if peace talks fail  Naija247News14 hours ago
[x]  
Prev | Next
Personalize your Realtimeclose [x]
Add content to your personalized tab - My News
Add upto 6 topics of your interest:
for eg.2g Scam , World
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Personalize the tabs display. ( You can add or remove the tabs )
AlertsGet updates on latest news & your favourite topics right in your inbox.Set an Alert|Manage your Alerts

Get

Realtime News

on your Webpage

Add Widget >Get your members hooked!
Related Queries - nigeria
    
Alerts
Get updated on latest news & your favorite topics right in your inbox!
 
More     Less