As we approach the five-year anniversary of the kidnapping of the Chibok schoolgirls – many of whom are still being held captive – it is worth taking a look at what the world has done to help those who have survived the ordeal.
Roland Martin marked the occasion of the release of 82 Chibok girls on NewsOne Now, but noted that several more girls are still missing.
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.
Robert Smith offers full scholarships to freed Nigerian schoolgirls. Boko Haram recently released 21 Chibok girls from captivity.
According to police officials, there were 27 shootings that left 12 individuals dead and 48 others wounded.
Williams doesn't leave this year's U.S. Open empty-handed, she broke tennis legend Roger Federer's record, winning an extraordinary 308 Grand Slam matches.
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.
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