LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Boko Haram's insurgency started with robed men
on motorcycles killing their enemies one at a time across Nigeria's
remote and dusty northeast. Now the radical Muslim sect's attacks have
morphed into a nationwide sectarian fight.
They're taking on
strategic targets like the country's United Nations headquarters and are
striking on symbolic days — including Christmas attacks now two years
in a row.
Read the complete story(Some news sites require registration)