Nigeria security week in review: public health in crisis and Boko Haram on the offensive

For the period of 3 to 9 April 2017, there were 59 critical incidents recorded in Nigeria, resulting in 88 deaths and 192 arrests. Human and social issues took the top spot, accounting for 28.81% of the total incident pool, followed by criminality with 25.42%. The...

Nigeria Security Notification: oil companies may be required to relocate to Niger Delta: security implications

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Analysis: Nigeria stability check

While Nigeria’s President has left Abuja for London to take care of his health, his Vice President has been in charge. What is happening in Nigeria these days? For the period of 20 to 26 February 2017, Nigeria witnessed 63 critical incidents, resulting in 57...

Mozambique: End of February 2017 stability check

For the period of 16 to 28 February 2017, there were 51 critical incidents recorded in Mozambique, resulting in 33 deaths and 56 arrests as recorded by MEA Risk’s Critical Incidents Tracker. The deaths are largely the result of Cyclone Dineo and its aftermath,...

Webcast audio/video replay: North Africa/Sahel stability and security review and outlook

Presented on January 26, 2017 3.5 MEG PDF file with no...

Nigeria: The destruction of oil pipelines: A November to remember

The state of security tied to oil infrastructure in Niger Delta continues to worsen amid growing attacks on oil pipelines. Although many of the demands and grievances of the militants engaged in pipeline sabotage are legitimate, their actions are having severe adverse...

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