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75,000 children in Nigeria could die from hunger over the next year

It was the missing schoolgirls who first made an obscure Nigerian Islamist group into a household name. More than 200 students were kidnapped by Boko Haram insurgents in northern Borno state in April 2014. The #BringBackOurGirls campaign was born and soon mushroomed into an international cause. Celebrities and political figures like first lady Michelle Obama tweeted […]
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One year later: Nigerian schoolgirls still missing

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On April 14, 2014, militant group Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 school girls in Nigeria. A year later, those girls remain missing. The abduction sparked the online movement "bring back our girls."

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21 Nigerian schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram reportedly released

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Twenty one of the 218 missing Nigerian school girls abducted in 2014 by Nigerian extremist group Boko Haram have been released in northern Borno state, according to Nigeria’s government. According to presidential spokesman, Mallam G...

Chibok schoolgirls reunited with families

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Twenty-one of the over 200 missing Chibok schoolgirls freed after being held by Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamists for more than two years on Sunday spoke of their ordeal as they were reunited with their families. During a Christian cer...

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Twenty-one of the Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamic extremist group Boko Haram have been released and reunited with their families. They were held in captivity for two-and-a-half years — and still more girls remain hostages....

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