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900 Days in the Lion's Den: Has the World Abandoned the Stolen Chibok Girls of Nigeria?

Martha Enoch It was the early hours of the morning on April 14, 2014. Martha was suddenly awakened by what had become the all-too-familiar sound of gunshots. Boko Haram, she thought. As she scurried to gather her thoughts, her husband Mark was already rushing their younger, panic-stricken children out of their home in Chibok, Nigeria. As they emerged, flames engulfed nearby homes and buildings set ablaze by Boko Haram fighters, members of the world's deadliest terror group.
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