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
Most of the dead were said to be women and children
Keshi was one of only two people to win the Africa Cup of Nations both as a player and a coach
President Buhari desperately needs the support not just of his government, but of the people of this vast country – itself divided between a largely Islamic north and mainly Christian south – if he is to hold it together and restore the economy to growth
The top ten most corrupt nations will receive £421 million in British aid this year
From saying everybody in Yorkshire hates each other to forgetting how many houses he owns, the Prime Minister has had his share of awkward political moments
Mr Cameron was caught on camera branding Nigeria and Afghanistan corrupt
'What do I need an apology for? I need something tangible'
Isis is believed to be sending weapons to Boko Haram and sharing operational tactics
The commander of a multinational force fighting the Islamist insurgents revealed the discovery
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'
This Thursday marks the second anniversary of the kidnap of the 276 schoolgirls from their boarding school
The Nigerian army previously announced the establishment of a rehabilitation camp for former Boko Haram militants
'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’