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A dozen worshippers have been killed in two attacks by an extreme Islamist group operating in the north of Nigeria over the Christmas period.
A West African states' court judgment is being hailed as a key moment in holding governments and companies to account for pollution.
Nigerian Christians are asking churches across the world to pray for their safety from deadly attacks this Christmas, amid renewed threats.
Next week thousands of people across the UK will be taking part in the Live Below the Line campaign, spending just £1 a day for five days on all their food and drink.
Today (Saturday 10 March 2012) I will be in conversation with Sarah McAllister from Belfast on Premier Radio's Newstalk half-hour programme, at 11.30 AM.
The Nigerian authorities must end excessive use of force against fuel protesters, says Amnesty, after at least one person was killed in Kwara state.
The Nigerian authorities must immediately end excessive use of force against protesters, Amnesty International has said after at least one person was killed in Kwara state during protests over fuel price rises.
The spiritual head of Nigeria's 70 million Muslims, Alhaji Sa'ad Abubakar, has met with the current Nigerian President, a Christian, to discuss religious conflict.
An explosion has hit a church near the Nigerian capital of Abuja on Christmas morning, says a government emergency official in the West African country.
Nigeria came closer to adopting a harsh anti-gay bill when Senate passed it on 29 November 2011, to the dismay of civil rights advocates.