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Parents search for abducted Nigeria girls, say 234 missing

“Parents of girls abducted by Islamist militants were searching for their daughters in a remote forest, they told the state governor on Monday, adding that 234 were still missing, a much higher figure than authorities said had been kidnapped. Official figures put the number of abducted girls at 129 and by Saturday afternoon Borno state governor Kassim Shettima said 77 were still unaccounted for, while the other 52 had returned.”

Source: Parents search for abducted Nigeria girls, say 234 missing | Reuters

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