The mother of a Nigerian girl abducted by Boko Haram two years ago breaks down in tears after watching the latest video of Chibok girls on CNN.
Nigeria's military has said it rescued scores of girls who went missing after a militant attack on a school earlier this week. Their abduction was similar to the case of the 276 Chibok girls, who were taken in 2014.
The freed suspects will undergo rehabilitation before reuniting with their families. The trials are part of Nigeria's biggest legal probe into the militant Islamist insurgency that has plagued its northeastern region.
Yobe state's education commissioner Alhaji Mohammed Lamin tells DW that parents are not cooperating with authorities to find dozens of girls who were abducted from their boarding school in Dapchie, northeastern Nigeria.
Dozens of girls are still missing several days after Boko Haram attacked their school in Dapchi, northeast Nigeria. Their disappearance sparked fears of a repeat of the 2014 kidnapping of more than 200 girls in Chibok.
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