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Nigerian Troops Rescue Pregnant Girls From Boko Haram’s Stronghold

About 200 girls are said to be pregnant among the hundreds of girls and women recently rescued in the Nigerian military fight against Boko Haram insurgents.

About 200 of the women and girls were said to be visibly pregnant among the hundreds of captives recently rescued in the Nigerian military fight against Boko Haram insurgents.

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Activists Demand More Action One Year After Nigeria School Kidnappings

Yahaya Bwata's 17-year-old niece was among the Chibok school girls kidnapped by Boko Haram on April 14, 2014. He joined other Nigerians to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the girls 'abduction.

Nigerian activists and citizens are demanding more action as the country marks the one-year anniversary of the abduction of more than 200 teenage school girls.

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Nigerian Citizens Protest Further Delay of Presidential Election, Push to #BringBackOurGirls

Nigerian activist Malachi Ugwumadu addresses the crowd at a Saturday action to mobilize citizens against further election delays.

Nigerian activists and citizens on Saturday warned their government against further postponement of the nation’s general election at a pro-Democracy “sit-out” in Lagos.

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Nigerian ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ Activists Not Celebrating Ceasefire Deal Yet

Activists at a “Speak Out Saturday” meeting in Lagos this weekend.

Despite last week’s announcement of a deal between the Nigerian government and Boko Haram extremists that includes the safe release of more than 200 kidnapped girls, local activists maintain that “the parents cannot cherish promises.”

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Beyond the Hashtags: Nigerians Seek Lasting Solution to Boko Haram Insurgency

Spaces for Change, a human rights advocacy group in Nigeria, recently organized a citizens' forum titled #BeyondTheHashtags "to generate a data bank of [citizens'] concerns" about the abduction of hundreds of the nation's girls as well as the "rising insurgency in the northern part of the country."

Spaces for Change, a human rights advocacy group in Nigeria, recently organized a citizens’ forum titled #BeyondTheHashtags “to generate a data bank of [citizens’] concerns” about the abduction of hundreds of the nation’s girls as well as the “rising insurgency in the northern part of the country.”

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‘Bring These Girls Back': Nigerians Criticize Government’s Handling of Boko Haram Insurgency

On Monday, hundreds of women marched in protest to the Lagos state government house to register their displeasure over the seeming inaction of the government to bring back the hundreds of girls who were abducted weeks ago.

On Monday, hundreds of women marched in protest to the Lagos state government house to register their displeasure over the seeming inaction of the government to bring back the hundreds of girls who were abducted weeks ago.

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