Four months after being abducted by Boko Haram militants, over 100 schoolgirls from the town of Dapchi in northern Nigeria are struggling to resume their lives. Attendance at their school has dropped dramatically, despite government assurances.
As Nigerians prepare to vote in presidential elections on February 16, DW looks at the players, the key issues and what role young people are playing in the political sphere.
Nigeria's army has revoked a ban on UNICEF imposed after claiming it held workshops to train spies for Boko Haram. The group's Islamist insurgency has killed over 27,000 people since 2009 and left 1.8 million homeless.
Five months ago, Boko Haram kidnapped more than 100 schoolgirls. Four weeks later, the terrorists let the girls go. But for many of them, a self-determined and normal life seems out of reach. A report by Adrian Kriesch.
Boko Haram has released 101 of the 110 schoolgirls that the Islamist militant group abducted in Nigeria last month. The return of the girls came with a sinister warning for the girls' parents.
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