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Chibok girls want to stay

More than a 100 Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram are unwilling to leave their captors.
The Australian

Freed Chibok girls tell how they endured two years of slavery for Boko Haram

Taken deep into the Sambisa Forest to Boko Haram's stronghold, the more than 200 schoolgirls from Chibok were offered a choice: Join the militants, or become their slaves.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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News video: Borno Governor Meets With Released Chibok Girls, Asks For Them to Be Given Privacy

Borno Governor Meets With Released Chibok Girls, Asks For Them to Be Given Privacy 01:33

Kashim Shettima, the Governor of Borno State in Nigeria, met with a group of released Chibok schoolgirls on December 26, and criticized the decision of security forces to prevent the girls from..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Campaigners mark 1000 days since Chibok girls’ abduction

Campaigners mark 1000 days since Chibok girls’ abduction 01:01

Campaigners from the “Bring Back Our Girls” group marched through the centre of Nigeria’s capital city, Abuja in a protest to mark the 1,000th day since more than 200 schoolgirls were kidnapped..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: Nigeria marks 1,000 days since Chibok girls' abduction

Nigeria marks 1,000 days since Chibok girls' abduction 02:03

Sunday marked a 1,000 days since 276 Nigerian girls were kidnapped from a school in the country's northeast by Boko Haram fighters. Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari says he is hopeful the remaining..
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Chibok girls: ‘As long as they're in captivity, we all are in captivity’

Chibok girls: ‘As long as they're in captivity, we all are in captivity’ 02:20

Sunday marks 1,000 days since the mass kidnapping of schoolgirls in Chibok in northeast Nigeria. A total of 276 girls were taken on the night of 14 April 2014, and nearly 200 are still in captivity.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Nigerian army finds another Chibok schoolgirl taken by Boko Haram

Nigerian army finds another Chibok schoolgirl taken by Boko Haram 00:56

Nigerian soldiers have found a schoolgirl who was one of more than 200 pupils kidnapped by the Islamist group Boko Haram. Rakiya Abubkar is seen here being reunited with two other former..
Source: euronews (in English) -

 

Joy as families of 21 Chibok girls wait to be reunited after Boko Haram release

Relatives of one of the 21 Chibok schoolgirls freed by Islamist militant group Boko Haram after two-and-a-half years in captivity in north-east Nigeria said on Friday they could not wait to be..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Boko Haram frees 21 kidnapped Chibok girls, says Nigerian government

Around 270 girls were taken from their school in Chibok by the jihadist group in 2014.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Boko Haram frees 21 Chibok girls

Twenty-one of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram two years ago have been freed.
The Australian Also reported by •SBS9News

Video shows missing schoolgirls

Footage from a Boko Haram video claims to reveal that Nigerian air strikes have killed some of the abducted Chibok girls.
The Australian

Most Chibok girls still in forest

The first Chibok schoolgirl to be saved from Boko Haram two years after they were abducted, says her fellow students are still in a Nigerian forest.
SBS

First kidnapped Chibok girl found: report

The first of the Chibok girls kidnapped by Boko Haram found in Nigeria's Sambisa Forest, says an activist.
SBS

Chibok girls: First kidnapped girl 'found in Nigeria'

Activists say one of the missing Chibok girls has been found in Nigeria - the first since they were taken by Boko Haram militants two years ago.
SBS

Chibok girls: 'Proof of life' video claims girls kidnapped by Boko Haram are well

A video appearing to show some of Nigeria's kidnapped girls is being aired along with images of tearful parents recognising their daughters, kidnapped by Boko Haram two years ago.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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