Nigerian Shia Islamic Movement leader, Ibrahim Zakzaky, who is detained at an unknown location without charges since December 2015, makes a short public appearance, his first in two years, being allowed to see his doctor.
Nigerian soldiers kill at least 12 people and injure dozens more in a clash with followers of Shi'a cleric Ibrahim Zakzaky's Islamic movement in the northern town of Zaria. The army says the crowd surged towards General Tukur Buratai's convoy, some firing and attempting to kill Buratai. Afterward, the Nigerian Army and the Islamic Movement accuse each other of instigating the attacks. 2015-12-12 (Context: Ibrahim Zakzaky, Islamic Movement, Nigeria, Shia)
Human Rights Watch (HRW) reports Nigeria's military has quickly buried the corpses of at least 300 Shia Muslims killed during raids at the house of Ibrahim Zakzaky in Zaria earlier in December. 2015-12-24 (Context: Ibrahim Zakzaky, Nigeria)
A suicide bomber attacks a mosque in Gamboru, Nigeria, killing 11 people. 2018-01-3 (Context: Nigeria)
Two Americans and two Canadians are abducted by unknown gunmen in Kaduna State, Nigeria. Two police officers are killed after engaging in a firefight with the abductors. 2018-01-17 (Context: Nigeria)
Suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers kill 12 people and injure 48 others, in Maiduguri, Nigeria. 2018-01-17 (Context: Nigeria)
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