A mob beat one man unconscious with knives and bricks
High levels of benzoic acid and sunset additives in the popular soft drinks could pose a health risk to consumers when mixed with vitamin C
'Biggest humanitarian crisis since World War II' about to engulf 20 million people, UN says, as governments only donate 10 per cent of funds needed for essential aid
In a letter seen by The Independent, Kay Holtzmann called for a 'medical mass screening' of the entire Bodo community
It looked to him like someone with no technical background Googled something like: 'Questions to ask a software engineer'
Since 2000, nearly three billion children around the world have been given more than 10 billion doses of oral polio vaccine
There were just 37 cases of polio worldwide in 2016, in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria. Polio campaigners say the world is ‘on the brink of a historic milestone’
Back-up airport for Abuja is in state the FCO warns has significant risks
At least one LGBT asylum seeker was sent back to a country where his life is in danger, another was only saved at the last minute when a barrister lodged an injunction against 'illegal' removal
Mohammed Bello Abubakar became a controversial figure for his unusual interpretation of the Koran
Court says Anglo-Dutch company, along with Italy's Eni bought the bloc in 2011 knowing the transaction was "fraught with fraud"
Unless action is taken, 240 children will die everyday, the United Nations children's agency says
Despite its huge size and talent pool, Nigeria failed to qualify for their second consecutive Africa Cup of Nations, due to long-standing political and administrative problems
‘If white philosophers are required, then teach their work from a critical standpoint’
Human rights groups and lawyers criticise Nigeria’s treatment of the freed girls
One person seriously injured in attack bearing hallmarks of Boko Haram