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5 years after the kidnapping Boko Haram sit 112 Nigerian schoolgirls still stuck

Exactly five years ago, kidnapped terror group Boko Haram Of 276 Nigerian schoolgirls. They are out at night in the dormitory of their school removed and taken

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5 years after the kidnapping Boko Haram sit 112 Nigerian schoolgirls still stuck
Exactly five years ago, kidnapped terror group Boko Haram Of 276 Nigerian schoolgirls. They are out at night in the dormitory of their school removed and taken away in trucks. A month later, in may 2014, Boko Haram images free where the girls are veiled. They are all converted to islam.

The kidnapping took place on the grounds of their boarding school in Chibok, in the northeast of the country. Hundreds of girls between twelve and seventeen years, were by armed militiamen of Boko Haram are forced onto trucks. That reason, the brousse. For dozens among them was that the last sign of life.

The abduction caused worldwide outrage. The American first lady Michelle Obama gave a plea to the girls to get free.

Negotiations with the rebels led in recent years to the release of more than a hundred girls. More than fifty could escape. Many of them appeared married very young or did service as a (sex)slave, or kamikaze with Boko Haram.

The parents of the 112 missing children remain in the meantime in the hope that sooner or later they and their daughter will meet them again.

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