Exclusive: 'It was Fajr [prayer] when they came... they shot two people in front of us'
'Would a president give up the fight for his own daughter? These girls are just as precious to their families'
The video shows some of the girls stating their names
As the second anniversary of the Chibok girls' mass kidnapping approaches, details emerge of the twisted nature of Boko Haram's crimes
'I was so sick to my bones to see a two-year-old boy in such a horrible condition' - Anja Ringgren Loven
Aid worker who adopted boy reveals he requires surgery, but is otherwise ‘really enjoying his life now’
Human rights activists say that the Nigerian government 'hasn't said a word' since Boko Haram captured the children more than a year ago
'I begged him to release them or kill me there and keep them'
Attack involves two female suicide bombers - one inside the mosque, the other outside as people fled
University appears at court hearing on Friday to seek ‘order for possession of the campus’ as students plan another march
Obina Durumchukwu died after being stabbed with broken glass during the argument
Luqman Onikosi, who has cirrhosis of the liver, had his application for leave to remain on medical grounds rejected
#DontDeportLuqman campaign aims to raise funds to go towards legal costs and to 'save his life'
'She said she was scared because she knew she would kill people'
Health and rescue officials say a further 78 people are being treated for wounds in the refugee camp
The Nigerian leader clearly overstated his ability to stop the Islamists, reports Alistair Dawber