Boko Haram, the fundamentalist and terrorist Nigerian group is currently selling kidnapped females. Most of them are young girls and that only adds to the shamelessness of the vile act.
May 6 2014, 11:10am CDT
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Statistics may say Windows 8 is a flop but, contrary to popular opinion, Windows Phone is far from down and out in the...
Jan 22 2014, 3:35am CST
Source: AME Info
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has appointed Mrs Wuraola Oduntan as its new General Manager for Nigeria. The appointment takes effect from 1 July 2014. Based in Lagos, Wuraola Oduntan will have overall responsibility for Etihad Airways’ operations in Nigeria, taking ...
Full article at: AME Info
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Once a niche corner of the market, analysis of environmental, social and governance (ESG) trends is increasingly taking...
Jan 17 2014, 11:11am CST
Source: The Market Oracle
As much as 400,000 barrels of oil a day are stolen in Nigeria. This equates to losses of $1.7 billion a month for Africa's new largest economy. This represents 7.7 percent of its GDP vanishing, or more than the country spends on education and healthcare. These numbers paint a harsh picture about the inability of the Nigerian government, and the ...
Full article at: The Market Oracle
1 day ago, 1:05pm CDT
Source: Mother Jones
This story first appeared on the TomDispatch website.
Iraq, Syria, Nigeria, South Sudan, Ukraine, the East and South China Seas: wherever you look, the world is aflame with new or intensifying conflicts. At first glance, these upheavals appear to be independent events, driven by their own unique and idiosyncratic circumstances. But look more closely and they share several key characteristics—notably, a witch's brew of ...
Full article at: Mother Jones
1 day ago, 5:00am CDT
Doug Richard rose to fame as an investor or “dragon” on the hit BBC TV program Dragon’s Den, the British equivalent of...
Dec 31 2013, 8:56am CST
Source: Fast Company
In places where only cell-phone footage can tell the story of a crisis, video experts are stepping in to make sure the footage is real.The shaky cell-phone footage was supposed to be from Nigeria, though Christoph Koettl was still trying to decipher the events unfolding on his screen. It looked like a soldier dragging an unarmed man down a paved road, shooting him, then leaving his corpse in a pile of more ...
Full article at: Fast Company
2 days ago, 8:26am CDT
63 women and girls kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria escaped from their captors and have returned to their burnt-out vil ...
Full article at: CNN
2 days ago, 4:35am CDT
BlackBerry’s messaging app has been available for Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android devices for more than two months by...
Dec 27 2013, 12:36pm CST