UN Documents for Lake Chad Basin: Security Council Press Statements
|Security Council Press Statements
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|30 November 2020 SC/14367
|This press statement condemned the killing of civilians during the 28 November terrorist attack in north-east Nigeria.
|16 June 2020 SC/14216
|This press statement condemned terrorist attacks on 9 and 10 June in Felo, on 13 June in Monguno, and on 13 June in Nganzai in Borno State, Nigeria.
|1 April 2020 SC/14155
|This press statement condemned the 23 March terrorist attack in Boma, Chad, which resulted in at least 98 killed and 47 wounded, and the attack on military vehicles near Goneri in Yobe State, Nigeria, the same day, which resulted in at least 47 killed.
|21 June 2019 SC/13852
|This statement condemned a 16 June terrorist attack at Konduga village in north-east Nigeria, which killed at least 30 people.
|2 March 2018 SC/13233
|This was a press statement condemning the 19 February Boko Haram kidnapping of 110 school girls in Dapchi, Nigeria, and a 1 March attack in Rann, Nigeria that led to the deaths of at least three humanitarian workers, four Nigerian soldiers, and four Nigerian police.
|2 February 2016 SC/12233
|This was a press statement condemning the 30 January terrorist attacks by Boko Haram in Dalori village in north-eastern Nigeria, which resulted in a large number of deaths and casualties.
|12 October 2015 SC/12075
|This was a press statement condemning the 10 and 11 October terrorist attacks by Boko Haram in Baga Sola, Chad and Kangaleri, Cameroon.
|15 June 2015 SC/11927
|This statement condemned Boko Haram attacks on 15 June in N'Djamena, Chad.
|7 April 2015 SC/11852
|This was a press statement condemning recent attacks by Boko Haram in northeast Nigeria and Chad.
|13 February 2015 SC/11780
|Condemned Boko Haram attacks in Cameroon, Chad and Niger.
|5 February 2015 SC/11768
|Condemned Boko Haram attacks against Chadian Troops and civilians alongside the border between Cameroon and Nigeria.
|2 February 2015 SC/11763
|Condemned Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria and against Chadian Troops in Cameroon.
|25 January 2015 SC/10530
|Members of the Security Council condemned the multiple terrorist attacks that occurred in Kano, Nigeria, causing numerous deaths and injuries.
|10 November 2014 SC/11639
|Condemned a suicide attack at a school in Nigeria that reportedly killed 48 people.
|9 July 2014 SC/11466
|Welcomed Said Djinnit's efforts in his capacity as UN High Representative to Nigeria and wider international efforts to address the threat of Boko Haram; expressed concern over the Ebola outbreak in West Africa; and endorsed the establishment of a new analytical unit in UNOWA.