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Onize Ohikere

Onize Ohikere

Onize is WORLD’s Africa reporter and deputy global desk chief. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and earned a journalism degree from Minnesota State University–Moorhead. Onize resides in Abuja, Nigeria.

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Articles by Onize Ohikere
World Tour: Anniversary of the kidnapping in Nigeria

World Tour: Anniversary of the kidnapping in Nigeria

Plus, deadly landslides in Indonesia, asylum agreement by the EU, and the start of a global marathon in China

Refugees pour into neighboring countries

Plus, Mexico severing diplomatic ties with Ecuador, four nations performing joint exercises in the South China Sea, and a British man finishing a charity run across the length of Africa

Plus, anti-government protests in Jerusalem, the closing of an independent bookstore in Hong Kong, and preparations for the solar eclipse in Canada


Plus, the return of kidnapped children in Nigeria, the murder of a mayor in Ecuador, and the opposition candidate in Venezuela

IN THE NEWS | Nigerians suffer an economic crisis alongside security woes

Plus, Niger’s military junta suspends military cooperation with the United States, India announces its electoral calendar, and Uzbekistan lifts driving restrictions for women

Plus, monsoon rains trigger landslides and flash floods in Indonesia, gang violence worsens in Haiti, and rainfall ends drought in Spain

Plus, the rape of a toursit in India, the wave of violence in Haiti, and medical assistance in Honduras

Renewed fighting sparks growing concern