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  • Human Rights Watch says those elected must address what it calls Nigeria's profound human rights challenges: communal violence, abuses by government security forces, endemic corruption, violence in the Niger Delta, pervasive election-related abuses, and a culture of impunity for all manner of human rights violations.

    Nigerian Candidates Challenged to Improve Human Rights

  • Observers call Nigeria election transparent, fair More international groups are calling Nigeria's National Assembly election largely transparent and fair ahead of the oil-rich nation's coming presidential vote.

    The Seattle Times

  • More international groups are calling Nigeria's National Assembly election largely transparent and fair ahead of the oil-rich nation's coming presidential vote.

    The Seattle Times

  • "Ten years from now, we will beat Nollywood in terms of production, in terms of quality pictures," he adds, referring to Nigeria's film industry, which is now Africa's biggest.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Chalk did not put much weight behind the internationalization of the renminbi as a result of central bank buying, referring to Nigeria's decision to start holding China's currency in reserve.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Authorities blame the group for a string of deadly attacks in Nigeria's north that have targeted police officers, government officials and other authority figures.

    Nigeria's President Visits Site of Police Headquarters Bombing

  • Also Thursday, a bomb went off in Nigeria's northeastern Borno state, killing four children.

    Nigeria's President Visits Site of Police Headquarters Bombing

  • The radical Islamist group Boko Haram claimed responsibility for Thursday's blast outside Nigeria's national police headquarters in Abuja.

    Nigeria's President Visits Site of Police Headquarters Bombing

  • Bauchi neighbours Plateau state in Nigeria's "Middle Belt" where the mostly Muslim north meets the predominantly Christian south, a region beset by years of sectarian violence.

    Bomb blast at Nigerian army barracks

  • The executive director of Nigeria's Center for Democracy and Development, Jibo Ibrahim, says the three branches have had their difficulties since 1999 but have all risen to the occasion at critical times, especially the judiciary.

    Nigerian President Vows to Strengthen Democratic Rule

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