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Monday, October 17, 2016

Chibok Schoolgirls Reunited With Their Families


The 21 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram
more than two years ago have finally been reunited with
their families.
The girls were among more than 200 abducted from their
school in the northeastern town of Chibok by the Islamist
extremist group.
They were released on Thursday after talks between the
Nigerian government and the group which had been
brokered by the Red Cross and the Swiss government.
But it has taken days for their parents to arrive in Abuja,
braving pot-holed roads, numerous military checkpoints
and the risk of being attacked by insurgents.
More than 200 of the girls are still missing despite the
efforts of the Nigerians, along with assistance from the
US, UK, France, China and Israel.
A total of 276 girls were taken as part of the extremist
group's seven-year fight to establish a strict Islamic state
in the northeast of the country.
Some 15,000 people are said to have been killed during
this time.
At the beginning of last year, the extremists controlled
land about the size of Belgium but Nigeria's army, helped
by troops from neighbouring countries, have recaptured
most of this territory.
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