Dapchi Girls Abduction a Grim Reminder of Chibok

"A remote town in north-eastern Nigeria. A government girls' secondary school stormed by gunmen believed to be Boko Haram. Dozens of girls missing. Parents devastated. A town in mourning. These are flashes of the past weeks in Dapchi, an old farming community in Nigeria's Yobe State. It feels eerily similar to Chibok in 2014," writes Chika Oduah for the Voice of America.

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    VOA, 27 February 2018

    The Nigerian government has confirmed that 110 female students from the remote town of Dapchi are missing after suspected Boko Haram militants attacked their school one week ago.… Read more »

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