Soldiers recently found another Chibok schoolgirl kidnapped by Boko Haram after the girl was taken by the insurgents nearly three years ago. The Nigerian military said the girl was found with her six-month-old baby.
According to police officials, there were 27 shootings that left 12 individuals dead and 48 others wounded.
Upon arrival on Sunday, parents of the girls tearfully celebrated in the streets and had a formal ceremony in Nigeria's capital Abuja.
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In its early stages, ISIS set up family oriented events in war-ravaged Syria, including street fairs with ice-cream competitions and games. As the organization grew, so did its hold on the youth. The group began opening schools and training camps to instill its doctrine.
Boko Haram released a new video of the abducted Chibok school girls. They're offering to release them in exchange for captured fighters.
Nigerian army officials claim they rescued a second Chibok girl. A Chibok mothers activist group doubts that the rescued victim is one of the Chibok girls.
Activists have identified the victim as Amina ali Darsha Nkeki, the report states. She is the first of the girls rescued from the 2014 mass kidnapping that sparked the hashtag and search movement #BringBackOurGirls.
One in every five "suicide bombers" used by Boko Haram in the past two years has been a child, underscoring the heartless nature of the religious extremist group, according to a report released Tuesday by the United Nations Children's Fund, writes Al Jazeera.
Houses were torched, suicide bombers detonated devices and militants opened fire near Nigeria's largest northeastern city.
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