A group of around 43 immigrants, many of them Nigerians and Senegalese, have locked themselves into a Barcelona, Spain church after they were evicted from warehouses in the city on Wednesday. The immigrants had lived there for two years.
Police have identified the alleged Woolwich terrorist shown wielding a knife and meat cleaver in bloodied hands and ranting in the video released yesterday as Michael Adebolajo, a naturalized British citizen of Nigerian descent.
Following the announcement that Pope Benedict XVI will resign later in the month, attention has shifted to the question of who the next Pontiff will be. There is a consensus that chances have never been better that the next Pontiff will be a non-European.
According to Spain's Interior Ministry, police have arrested 17 people on suspicion of smuggling Nigerian women into Spain. Once in the country, the women were forced into prostitution with claims that Voodoo spells would be cast should they not comply.
President Barack Obama signed a private bill Friday granting a Nigerian native, suffering from a rare condition, permanent residency status in the United States, fulfilling a dream that began as an abandoned teen more than a decade ago.
Two days after the White House announced an al-Qaeda plot to blow up a passenger flight using a new kind of underwear bomb, intelligence officials have revealed that the attempt was foiled by a double agent the CIA planted in al-Qaeda.
The 25-year-old Nigerian student, who tried but failed to blow up a Northwest airliner with a bomb hidden in his underwear as it prepared to land in Detroit on Christmas Day 2009, has been sentenced to life in prison.
An Oregon woman fell for the well-known Nigerian email scheme, which defrauded her of $400,000. She doesn't feel that she was an easy mark, and because the email identified a long-lost relative, she thought everything was on the up and up.
A Yoruba woman confident in her style. Note her headdress, it is called a "gele." A woman's dressing is incomplete without one. Men always wear caps but they have to remove them when they enter a house of worship.
Celebrant at church service, in green lace agbada. Note the volume of the robe.His partner dresses to match in "iro and buba" with a matching strip of cloth the "iborun." The "reception party" followed the solemn church service.
Note the lady in the foreground with her back turned to the camera. That is quite an expensive piece of material she is wearing, if you've cultivated the "eye" to recognize the relative quality of materials