How 28 released Bethel students reunited with parents in Kaduna
By Guardian Exclusive
26 July 2021 | 2:14 pm
Parents were reunited with their children in Nigeria's northwestern Kaduna on Sunday after kidnappers released 28 children taken from a school earlier this month - but dozens more are yet to return.
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