A car bomb targeted a church during Sunday services in the central Nigerian city of Jos, killing two people. It is the latest in a series of deadly attacks in recent months, most of them claimed by Islamist group Boko Haram.
REUTERS - A suicide bomber drove a car packed with explosives into a church in the Nigerian city of Jos on Sunday, killing two people and wounding 38, and Christian youths beat two Muslims to death in revenge.
Crisis in Nigeria
- A drug in Mayotte turning people into zombies; and the violent expulsion of a waterside community in Lagos
- Verdict due in case of RFI reporter accused of helping Boko Haram
- Otodo Gbame residents forced to live on streets of Lagos
- Nigeria marks third anniversary of abduction of Chibok schoolgirls
- Nigeria marks three years since 276 girls kidnapped in Chibok
- Nigerian security thwarts Boko Haram plan to target US, UK embassies
- Risk of ‘mass’ starvation in four African countries, warns UN
- Thousands flee violence in South Sudan and cross into Uganda
- S&P downgrades South Africa's credit rating to junk status
- Attacks on aid workers threaten humanitarian operations in South Sudan
- President Buhari returns to Nigeria after 7-week sick leave in London
- Nigeria’s Buhari returns home after medical leave in UK, but health rumours persist
- Boko Haram refugees: Niger's 'silent humanitarian crisis'
- Nigerians hold anti-Buhari protests as president extends medical leave
- No word from Gambia leader Jammeh as deadline to cede power passes
Date created : 2012-02-26