Boko Haram frees 100 kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls
Islamist militants freed scores of kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls back in the town, where they had been captured a month ago. These Nigerian schoolgirls are now safe back home, after they were kidnapped over a month ago by Boko Haram. They were dropped off in Dapchi town from the militant group's vehicles. Around 110 girls were kidnapped in February and the Dapchi residents say more than 100 returned on Wednesday. It's the biggest mass abduction since Boko Haram took over 270 schoolgirls from the town Chibok in 2014.