British singer Yola survived a house fire

British singer-songwriter Yola lived through a house fire when a faulty bioethanol burner exploded, but lived to sing about it. She named her new album “Walk Through Fire” after writing a song about it. (March 11)

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Dolly-loving Brit Yola fuses country, soul

British singer-songwriter Yola’s first musical loves were Dolly Parton and Aretha Franklin and her new album, “Walk Through Fire,” is an intersection of classic soul, country and pop. (March 4)

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Nigerian voters in Yola cast ballots in presidential elections

Nigerians at a polling station in Yola north eastern Nigeria cast their ballots as the country begins counting votes in presidential elections. IMAGES

Nigerians start arriving at polling stations on election day

Nigerians in Yola arrive at polling stations early on election day. They are turning out to vote for a new president after a week-long delay that has raised political tempers, sparked conspiracy claims and stoked fears of violence. The two frontrunners are incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari, 76, and former vice president Atiku Abubakar, 72. IMAGES of Nigerians arriving at a polling station

Nigeria: opposition candidate Atiku Abubakar casts his vote

Leading Nigerian opposition candidate Atiku Abubakar casts his vote at a polling station in Yola. He is the main rival to incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari, running for a second term.

Boko Haram displaced forgotten amid Nigerian election fever

Residents of the Malkohi formal and informal settlement outside Yola, in Nigeria’s north east, feel forgotten as the country gets ready for its election. Many have lived in these camps for more than five years after they were forced to flee their homes in Gwoza during the Boko Haram insurgency. The jihadist group has killed an estimated 27,000 people and displaced 1.8 million others over the past decade despite efforts by the Nigerian government to eradicate them.

VICE News Daily: No End in Sight to Europe’s Migrant Crisis

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Italian authorities rescue thousands of migrants over the weekend, hundreds of women and girls freed from Boko Haram, dialysis patients in Yemen face setbacks because of ongoing air strikes, and Germany is still a graveyard of unexploded World War II explosives.

ITALY
Authorities Rescue Thousands of Migrants off Libyan Coast
Human traffickers are taking advantage of calmer seas and increasing the number of boats sent out to sea.

NIGERIA
Military Frees Hundreds Taken by Boko Haram
Scores of women and children are now receiving medical treatment and shelter at a government-run camp in the eastern city of Yola.

YEMEN
Dialysis Patients Concerned over Power Shortages
Nearly 700 people at a kidney center in Hodeida face treatment delays, and some are concerned they’ll die if conditions don’t improve.

GERMANY
A Graveyard of Unexploded World War II Bombs
Munitions specialists detonate or defuse more than 2,000 tons of explosives every year.

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