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from The Huffington Post

Nigerian School Girl Abductions Fit Recurring Pattern

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from BuzzFeed

The Nigerian School Girls Are Still Missing And International Outrage Is Rising

The Nigerian Schools Girls Are Still Missing And International Outrage Is Rising

from BuzzFeed

The Nigerian School Girls Are Still Missing And International Outrage Is Rising

Women rally In nigeria to demand more action for 200 kidnapped girls on May At midnight on April 234 girls were kidnapped from their dorm room in Chibok, in northeastern Nigeria, by Islamic militant group Boko Haram. Tom Saater for BuzzFeed News

from BuzzFeed

The Nigerian School Girls Are Still Missing And International Outrage Is Rising

It has been three weeks since the extremist group Boko Haram kidnapped nearly 300 Nigerian school girls on April 15. Nigerians are increasingly angry that so little is known about their plight — and the situation of the girls and their families is worsening each day. | The Nigerian Schools Girls Are Still Missing And International Outrage Is Rising

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from CNN

Nigeria abductions: 6 reasons why the world should care - CNN.com

276 Nigerian school girls were abducted A YEAR AGO!! and we're just finding out about it??? WHAT? And this guy has said they are being "sold".... Somebody somewhere knows something - step up and bring these girls home.

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from VICE

Rapist Sentenced to Community Service at Rape Crisis Centre; More Nigerian School Girls Stolen.

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from MadameNoire

Kidnapped Girls In Nigeria Reportedly Being Sold To Captors As Brides

#BringBackOurGirls: Relatives Of Kidnapped Nigerian School Girls Say They’ve Been Sold As “Brides” To Militants For $12

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Proof of Life: 15 Nigerian School Girls Kidnapped by Boko Haram ‘All Well’ in New Video | 160413102319-01-chibok-mothers-0413-large-169

from Washington Post

Hundreds of kidnapped Nigerian school girls reportedly sold as brides to militants for $12, relatives say

Hundreds of kidnapped Nigerian school girls reportedly sold as brides to militants for $12, relatives say - The Washington Post

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