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Bauchi

1. a state of N Nigeria: formed in 1976 from part of North-Eastern State; tin mining. Capital: Bauchi. Pop.: 446 000 (2005 est.). Area: 64 605 sq. km (24 944 sq. miles)
2. a town in N central Nigeria, capital of Bauchi state. Pop.: 76 070 (1991 est.)
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State Chairman of the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state, Hamza Akoshi in an Interview with Newsmen in Bauchi on Sunday lamented that IPAC is not playing the role of a check in Bauchi state like other states of the country.
A field experiment was conducted at the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University teaching and research farm, Bauchi (10[degrees]22'N and 9[degrees]47'E) located in the northern Guinea savannah ecological zone and also at Bulkachuwa village (11[degrees]38'N and 10[degrees]31'E) located in the Sudan savannah ecological zone, both in Bauchi state Nigeria during the rainy seasons of 2011 and 2012.
Cet article s'appuie sur des travaux menes par ses auteurs dans deux Etats du nord-est, Bauchi et Gombe, pour examiner pourquoi, en depit d'une demographie religieuse comparable, les niveaux de violence collective observes dans ces deux Etats affichent des differences marquees.
Five persons burned beyond recognition were certified dead, while 12 others sustained various degrees of injuries," Bauchi police spokesman Haruna Mohammed said in a statement.
Multiple Suicide Vehicle-borne Improvised Explosive Devices (SVBIED) targeted churches, government installations, educational institutions, and entertainment venues in Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Kano, Plateau, Taraba, and Yobe states.
The study was designed to allow a description and analysis of community perceptions/views of ITN distribution and malaria control in Nigeria, employing qualitative inquiry in Anambra, Bauchi, and Rivers states
Islamist groups operate throughout Northern Nigeria where the men were snatched at a Setraco camp at Jama'are, 125 miles north of Bauchi.
Mr Vaughan was one of seven kidnapped foreigners who were all working for a Lebanese construction company in Bauchi state.
Those kidnapped included three Lebanese citizens and one each from Britain, Greece, Italy and the Philippines - all employees of Setraco, a Lebanese construction company with an operation in Bauchi state, local officials said at the time.
All were employed by Setraco, a Lebanese construction company with an operation in Bauchi state.
The news comes a day after a message from Ansaru, the extremist group behind the kidnappings, which said the hostages were killed after British warplanes were reported to have been seen in the northern Nigerian city of Bauchi by local journalists.
Ansaru, in a press statement Saturday, had claimed that it had killed the seven foreigners taken hostage from a Lebanese construction site in northern state of Bauchi in mid-February.