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Gunmen in Nigeria’s Niger state have shot dead at least 16 worshippers in a mosque. A number of others have been wounded in the attack in Ba’are village. The attackers opened fire on the Muslim worshippers during early morning prayers on Wednesday, Niger state government official Ahmed Ibrahim Matane told the BBC.What happened in Nigeria in 1960s?
1960 - Independence, with Prime Minister Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa leading a coalition government. He is killed in a coup in 1966. 1967 - Three eastern states secede as the Republic of Biafra, sparking a bloody three-year civil war.Why are there so many missing people in Nigeria?
Mayeni Jones. BBC News, Nigeria. Hundreds of thousands of people have had to flee their villages amid attacks by Boko Haram. Nigeria has the highest number of registered missing people because of conflict in the world, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says.Will Nigeria break apart along ethnic and religious lines?
After lurching from one military coup to another, Nigeria now has an elected leadership. But the government faces the growing challenge of preventing Africa's most populous country from breaking apart along ethnic and religious lines.