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Nigerian army rescues children among dozens who were abducted by Islamic rebels in the northeast

  • Nigerian army troops have rescued dozens of women and children held captive by Islamic extremist rebels in Borno state's Gwoza district, a region that has been heavily impacted by jihadi violence since 2009.
  • The captives were rescued during clearance operations, with 14 rescued on Saturday in Gobara village and 11 freed on Sunday in Gava village.
  • The army spokesperson noted that the rescued victims, who appeared malnourished and wore worn-out clothes, are currently undergoing profiling in the custody of troops.
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