In 2014, members of the Islam extremist group, Boko Haram, stormed a boarding school in northern Nigeria, kidnapping nearly  300 schoolgirls. The girls were carried into the jungle and forced to choose to either join the militants or be their slaves. After more than two years, the Nigerian government finally succeeded in negotiating the girls’ freedom, but only for 21 of them so far. Some of the other girls escaped, others died from other causes, including snake bites, sickness, and bombings.

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