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Biafra: Worsening Conditions

Outside the White House last week, a group that called itself Concerned Citizens of Rochester marched with a 7-ft. poster bearing the words: Biafra Postcard...

Biafra: More Help from the U.S.

Haunted by those pictures of starving children, their eyes bulging, their bodies bloated or matchstick thin, most Americans ask indignantly: Why has the U.S...

Books: Saving the Giant

THE BROTHERS'WAR Biafra and Nigeria by JOHN DE ST. JORRE 437 pages. Houghton Mifflin. $10. "The trouble with Nigeria," Sir Alec Douglas-Home once observed,...

Nigeria: The Art of Resistance

The 8,500,000 Ibo tribesmen in the secessionist state of Biafra are proving as adept at the business of defending their homeland as they have always been at...

Biafra: The Mercenaries

From the outset, the war between Nigeria and secessionist Biafra loomed as an unequal contest. It was not surprising that, as in the earlier Congo conflicts,...

Nigeria: Agony in Biafra

For the second time in 14 months of cruel civil war, Nigeria's federal government and Biafra's secessionist regime were edging toward peace talks last week...

World: Keeping Biafra Alive

Perhaps the most important single reason for battered Biafra's continuing survival against the attacks of the Nigerian Federal Army is a steady infusion of...

Biafra: Reprieve for Eighteen

For 18 white men, Europe is aroused. What have they said about our millions? Eighteen white men assisting in the crime of genocide. What do they say about our...

Nigeria: Fighting in the Mist

Teen-age girls and Teddy boys in tight pants, neatly dressed middle-class merchants and shoeless old men in tattered togas last week formed civil defense...

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