LAGOS A judicial panel investigating claims of police brutality and the shooting of protesters began hearing complaints in Lagos on Tuesday in a nation on edge following Nigeria's biggest upheaval in 20 years.
LAGOS The judicial panel investigating police brutality and the shooting of protesters in Lagos convened on Monday, promising neutrality and justice.
ABUJA/LAGOS Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday called for an end to street protests in the country, as authorities in the commercial capital Lagos struggled to enforce a curfew imposed to contain anger over a crackdown on anti-police protesters. | Video
LAGOS Nigeria's biggest city Lagos and several states were under curfews on Wednesday as unrest rooted in anti-police protests broke out again following a day of violence, including the shooting of civilians by security forces. | Video
LAGOS Soldiers opened fire on Nigerians protesting against police brutality in the Lekki district of the commercial capital Lagos on Tuesday, and at least two people were shot, four witnesses told Reuters.
LAGOS Authorities on Tuesday imposed a round-the-clock curfew on the Nigerian state of Lagos - including Africa's biggest city - in response to protests against alleged police brutality which they said had turned violent.
BAKIN KOGI/LAGOS, Nigeria Mary Daniel, a slight woman in her 40s, weeds by hand a field dotted with trees and scraggly sesame plants.
LAGOS/YENAGOA The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will help train Nigeria's new tactical force as thousands nationwide continued to march against police brutality and in demand of further reforms, Nigeria's police inspector general said in a statement on Sunday.
LAGOS Nigerians protesting police brutality have hit the streets across Africa's most populous nation for more than a week, and the hashtag #EndSARS trended on Twitter even after the police promised to dismantle the controversial unit on Oct. 11. What is SARS, what attempts have been made to address police abuses in Nigeria and what do protesters want?
MILAN/LAGOS, Oct 13 Eni has filed a
request for arbitration against Nigeria at the World Bank's
dispute settlement body and plans to argue that the country's
failure to allow it to exploit an oilfield it acquired with
Royal Dutch Shell nearly a decade ago breaches their
investment agreement, court documents show.