Facebook To Set Up Tech Hub In Nigeria

Business | Eric Lieberman
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari (C) and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (L) pose as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (2nd R) makes a selfie picture with them, during a visit to the presidential palace in Abuja, on September 2, 2016. [SUNDAY AGHAEZE/AFP/Getty Images]

‘Community hub space’

Around The World In 80 Days, Nigeria: The Fast And The Furious

Opinion | Larry Alex Taunton

God is performing extraordinary work through the Nigerian people.

Around The World In 80 Days, Nigeria: The People The West Forgot

Opinion | Larry Alex Taunton

Nigerians must redeem Nigeria and not hope for salvation from developed countries.

Around The World In 80 Days, Nigeria Part 3: Heart Of Darkness

Opinion | Larry Alex Taunton

‘The landscape, sparsely populated, reminded me of West Texas, Arizona and Nevada.’

Around The World In 80 Days, Nigeria: Why Go To A Dangerous Country?

Opinion | Larry Alex Taunton

Christians are called to share in the sufferings of other Christians.

Around The World In 80 Days, Nigeria, The Most Dangerous Country In The World

Opinion | Larry Alex Taunton

“If someone wants to fight you, be official,” she told me.

Foreign Hackers Targeted EPA As Part Of an Elaborate Plan To Steal Office Supplies

Energy | Michael Bastasch
School office supplies. Credit: Es75/Shutterstock

‘This country’s government is still very dependent on paper’

Boko Haram Expected To Quadruple Use Of Girls In Suicide Attacks This Year

National Security | Russ Read
Nigerien soldiers hold up a Boko Haram flag that they had seized in the recently retaken town of Damasak, Nigeria, March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun

The ISIS affiliate will resort to any measures to continue its fight

Heroic Dog Saves Wedding By Tackling Female Suicide Bomber

National Security | Russ Read

Man’s best friend saved the day

Black Feminist Refuses To Apologize For Comments On Trans Women

US | Amber Randall
Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie poses with her novel "Americanah" ahead of the 2014 Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction in London June 4, 2014. Irish author Eimear McBride won the 2014 Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction on Wednesday for her first novel, "A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing", which took her 10 years to get published. REUTERS/Neil Hall

‘My position remains’

There Was A Huge Pro-Trump Rally ... In Nigeria?

US | Robert Donachie
U.S. President Donald Trump (Credit: REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque)

‘Staged an unlawful protest in the Port Harcourt metropolis’

EU Prepares For New Migrant Crisis Reaching 'Record Levels'

World | Jacob Bojesson
A rescue boat of the Spanish NGO Proactiva approaches an overcrowded wooden vessel with migrants from Eritrea, off the Libyan coast in Mediterranean Sea August 29, 2016. REUTERS/Giorgos Moutafis

Thousands have drowned

China Pressures Taiwan By Flipping Its Friends

World | Ryan Pickrell
Members of a Taiwanese independence group march with flags around the group of pro-China supporters holding a rally calling peaceful reunification, 6 days before the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Tsai Ing-wen, in Taipei, Taiwan May 14, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Sending a message to Tsai Ing-wen

The Tables Turn: Nigerian Billionaire Extorted By Canadian Temptresses For Big Money

World | Kevin Daley
A man counts wads of U.S. dollars on a money counting machine at a currency exchange shop in Baghdad December 21, 2015. REUTERS/Khalid al Mousily

Rich housewives call them ‘the twin menace’

Irate Nigerians Lynch Failed Boko Haram Female Suicide Bomber

| Saagar Enjeti
Nigerian soldiers hold up a Boko Haram flag that they had seized in the recently retaken town of Damasak, Nigeria

Deadliest terrorist group in the world

Merkel Calls For 'National Push' To Get Rid Of Rejected Migrants

World | Jacob Bojesson
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Chad President Idriss Deby shake hands after a news conference at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany October 12, 2016. REUTERS/Stefanie Loos

‘Most of them came for economic reasons’