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Nigeria's Lost Girls Part of Long-Term Conflict

Friday, September 5, 2014

Nigeria's gender-based abductions began in early 2013, a report finds, after the government imprisoned wives of Boko Haram members. Since then, the rate and scale of abductions has increased, with Christian women and girls the main target.

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