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Witness to terror: Nigeria's missing schoolgirls - CNN
Posted On 05/18/2014 18:56:17 by lagosadmin
The girls started to assemble in the yard as ordered to, not realizing the men were from Boko Haram -- the group whose name roughly translates as "Western education is sin" -- until it was too late. More than 200 were loaded onto trucks and spirited away: the group's leader later announced that he would sell them.[Finish Article ]... Read More



Nigeria schoolgirls kidnap: West calls on African nations to work...
Posted On 05/18/2014 18:56:13 by lagosadmin
At the Paris summit yesterday, Britain offered to “embed” military advisers in Nigeria to help combat Boko Haram, the extremist Islamist group that seized 276 schoolgirls a month ago. Meanwhile, President Idriss Déby of Chad said that Nigeria’s neighbours were ready to “launch a war, a total war on Boko Haram”.[Finish Article ]... Read More



Militants attack town of abducted Nigerian schoolgirls, kill 12 soldiers...
Posted On 05/15/2014 00:56:05 by lagosadmin
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Lawmakers Mull Special Forces to Find Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls - TIME
Posted On 05/14/2014 19:56:11 by lagosadmin
Top U.S. officials including Sens. Saxby Chambliss and Dianne Feinstein of the Intelligence Committee are undecided over the most effective way to help Nigeria find more than 200 girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram militants in April as U.S. intelligence support begins but boots on the ground remain off the table[Finish Article ]... Read More



Nigeria schoolgirls just part of Africa's cruel history of child...
Posted On 05/14/2014 19:56:10 by lagosadmin
Nigerians take part in a protest in the capital Abuja demanding the release of the high school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok in April. On Tuesday, U.S. surveillance aircraft began flying over remote areas of northeast Nigeria as part of the international hunt for about 200 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram militants (Reuters)[Finish Article ]... Read More



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