With intensified struggle between Boko Haram and Nigerian military, should a conversation begin about African multinational force intervention?
In the wake of bloodshed around major military barracks in Maiduguri, one of Boko Haram's leaders has released two videos. What's really going on in northern Nigeria conflict is very unclear.
A spirit of nihilism in Nigeria's north country ramps up even as corruption in the capitol seems more pronounced and problematic.
Recent horrific killings by the radical group Boko Haram call for Nigerian leaders to learn lessons on how to curb armed conflict.
Nigeria's radical Boko Haram fighters have launched multiple killing sprees in past months -- blasting villages and often scaring off the Army in the northeast region. What gives?
Are Muslim arrests in the Christian south a knee-jerk reaction to Boko Haram attacks? Or first signs of a pogrom?