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Nigeria's Chibok girls: three women found years after their abduction

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Three more Chibok schoolgirls, Kauna Luka, Ruth Bitrus and Hanatu Musa, have escaped Boko Haram captivity. Abducted in their teens, the girls now in their mid-20s and mothers fled with their children. They escaped a few weeks after two other girls also regained freedom in June.
4 months ago·Chibok, Nigeria

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Nigeria's Chibok girls: three women found years after their abduction

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