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It’s been over a month since the Nigerian schoolgirls went missing. As the days tick by, members of the international community are exploring options to aid the African nation in their search –  including sending over drones to survey the landscape where the terrorist group Boko Haram, who abducted the girls, is known to hide. General Kip Ward, formerly of the U.S. African Command, stopped by “NewsOne Now” Wednesday to discuss the situation in Nigeria and if a drone search is a viable option.

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