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Tragedy of Nigeria’s Chibok Girls continues 10 years on

By Reuters
12 April 2024   |   3:14 am
A decade on, the world has largely forgotten about the Chibok girls, who were kidnapped by Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamist militants. But for victims and their families, like Solomon Maina, who is still waiting for news about his daughter, the tragedy is ongoing.

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