The SARS unit of the Nigerian police force is allegedly treating detainees like cash cows, according to a damning Amnesty International report
The two leaders are due to meet in New York next week
'We haven’t found the right words yet to describe the magnitude of the problem'
Herbal medicine is a major industry in Nigeria, but some services prove highly controversial
Militants in the Niger Delta have disrupted supplies - a tentative ceasefire has been called but traders await details on the proposals
As John Kerry arrives in Nigeria for security talks, the country's military says it has killed a number of the militant group‘s commanders in a strike during Friday prayers
Some of the world's major cities are becoming tougher places to live due to rising political and social unrest, as well as growing threats of terrorism.
A militant appears before rows of the schoolgirls in the video, demanding freedom for Boko Haram fighters in exchange for their release
Criminal network compromises email accounts all over the world, scamming millions of pounds
A 38-year-old local man has been arrested on suspicion of murder motivated by racism
Zika is not Ebola but lessons can be learnt. Act decisively, act together, don’t hold back and make all the necessary funds available, and keep telling the public every step of the way exactly how it is
Defence Ministry claims that Amina Ali Nkeki’s privacy needs to be protected, but her family want her home after more than two years in captivity
Oil extends slide as members decide against production ceiling
Six of the 219 girls are thought to have died during the long period of captivity but now two have been rescued
The Afghani delegation signed an anti-corruption pledge, which was ignored by every British overseas territory
The top ten most corrupt nations will receive £421 million in British aid this year