Iranian “proxies” come in many forms, and may or may not follow Tehran’s orders when they decide to attack Americans. One example is Nigeria’s IMN group.
Violence against Nigerian immigrants in South Africa is not new, but the latest wave has created an international crisis.
In one Nigerian community, illiterate fathers have learned from their sons that Facebook is a good way to let buyers know their daughters are for sale.
Washington has cut military assistance because of human-rights abuses, but that may not help the country’s LGBT people.
Ahmed Divela uncovered massive corruption among soccer officials in Ghana and Nigeria only to discover “the beautiful game” can be a deadly business.
Two young aid workers abducted in March were killed to convince the government to pay a ransom. Another, a Christian, is being held as a slave.
There are only a handful, but the tale of English-speaking refugees from Cameroon shows some basic truths about migration and exposes some of the fearmongering lies told by Trump.
Since the day after the crime in July, people near the scene have been warned not to talk about it, one reporter on the ground has been beaten, and others fear for their lives.