Nigeria – Terrorist attack (25.02.14)
France condemns the sickening attack targeted against children at a secondary school in Buni Yadi (Yobe state) on February 25 which, according to the latest reports, killed more than 50 students.
Nigeria – Terrorist attack (15.02.14)
France condemns the massacre perpetrated on 15 February in Borno State which, according to the latest report, cost the lives of over 100 people. We express our condolences to the families and close friends of the victims of this appalling violence.
Nigeria – Terrorist attacks (26.01.14)
France condemns the terrorist attacks perpetrated on January 26 in Borno and Adamawa states in Nigeria. According to the latest reports, almost 100 people were killed.
Nigeria – Enactment of a law against homosexuality (14.01.14)
France expresses its deep concern at the enactment of a law in Nigeria strengthening the criminalization of homosexuality in the country. In violation of the international commitments to which Nigeria has freely subscribed, this law restricts the freedom of association, assembly and expression and undermines the fundamental rights of LGBT persons.
Nigeria – Terrorist attack in the city of Gujba (29.09.13)
France condemns the terrorist attack perpetrated on September 29 against the agricultural college in Gujba, Nigeria. According to the latest reports, at least 40 students may have died in this heinous and cowardly attack.
Nigeria – Attack against the high school in Mamudo (06.07.13)
France condemns this heinous and cowardly act. In these tragic circumstances, France reaffirms its commitment to the fight against terrorism and its solidarity with the Nigerian government and people in the face of this terrible ordeal.
Nigeria – Suicide attack in Kano (20.03.13)
France condemns the terrorist attack that took place on March 18 in the city of Kano in Nigeria. This heinous act left more than 40 people dead and several dozen injured.
Handing over of statuettes to Nigeria (29.01.13)
In accordance with the UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property, France will today hand over to Nigeria 5 unlawfully imported statuettes. This property was seized in 2010 by the Directorate-General for Customs and Indirect Duties.
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