by Beenish Ahmed Nov 9, 2014
while Boko Haram, ISIS, and the Taliban have all waged a bloody reign of terror in seeking to achieve these goals, it’s the crimes they commit against schoolgirls – archetypes of innocence and vulnerability – that earn them the most disdain.
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 3, 2014
With up to two million people sleeping in sprawling temporary tent cities, loading into crammed buses, and praying shoulder to shoulder, public health officials worry about the transmission of deadly diseases.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Oct 3, 2014
Amid the dire headlines about the epidemic, there's evidence we can contain the virus.
by Hayes Brown Sep 16, 2014
They'll be part of a massive escalation in the United States' response to the crisis that has killed 2,500 West Africans so far.
by Hayes Brown Jul 15, 2014
"Those who would manipulate the victims of terrorism for their own benefit, are engaging in a similar kind of evil: psychological terrorism"
by Hayes Brown Jun 27, 2014
But observers are doubtful that the PR firm's work will do much to change Nigerian's opinion of how the government has handled Boko Haram so far.
by Hayes Brown Jun 25, 2014
Another 91 people were reportedly kidnapped in Nigeria over the weekend, as the government still struggles to find the missing schoolgirls.
by Will Freeman Jun 13, 2014
Of all the countries to model their attempt to take down Boko Haram on, this has got to be among the most terrible.
by Will Freeman Jun 4, 2014
As terrorist attacks escalate in the north, Nigeria's government is struggling to defeat terrorist group Boko Haram amidst mounting protests and convictions of disloyalty within the army.
by Hayes Brown May 29, 2014
First President Goodluck Jonathan pledges total war against Boko Haram. Then he offers amnesty. What gives?