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    May 13, 2014  

    Nigeria’s government confirmed that a “window of negotiation” is open to Boko Haram with respect to the return of hundreds of teenage girls kidnapped from a school in a remote village. Meanwhile the U.S. began manned surveillance flights over the region and authorities tried to piece together how the attack and abduction was carried out. Gwen Ifill has an update. Continue reading

  • nigeria1
    May 8, 2014  

    Nigeria’s president Goodluck Jonathan has pledged to conquer the terror group responsible for abducting almost 300 schoolgirls. However, U.N. special envoy Gordon Brown warns that the victims may have already been trafficked out of the country. Rageh Omaar of Independent Television News reports from Abuja on the time-crunch to track them down. Continue reading

  • nigeria1
    May 7, 2014  

    Deadly unrest continued in Nigeria, where hundreds of people were killed in another militant attack. The uncertain fate of more than 270 abducted schoolgirls continues to haunt the country and the girls’ community in particular. The U.S. and U.K. are sending military and intelligence specialists to help aid their return. Rageh Omaar of Independent Television News reports. Continue reading