ABUJA, NIGERIA - OCTOBER 16: Nigerian girls kidnapped by terrorist group Boko Haram, meet with their families after they were released, during a ceremony at a Church in Abuja, Nigeria on October 16, 2016. Sodiq Adelakun / Anadolu Agency
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Újra találkozhattak szeretteikkel az elrabolt nigériai diáklányok

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2016. 10. 17. 16:41

Két és fél évvel azután, hogy a Boko Haram elrabolta őket, 21 nigériai lányt szabadon engedtek, majd újra találkozhattak a családjaikkal. Ez volt az első alkalom, hogy a lányok találkoztak a szeretteikkel 2014 áprilisa óta. Ekkor körülbelül 300 diáklányt raboltak el egy nigériai állami iskolából.

ABUJA, NIGERIA - OCTOBER 16: Nigerian girls kidnapped by terrorist group Boko Haram, meet with their families after they were released, during a ceremony at a Church in Abuja, Nigeria on October 16, 2016. Sodiq Adelakun / Anadolu Agency
Fotó: Getty Images
ABUJA, NIGERIA - OCTOBER 16: Nigerian girls kidnapped by terrorist group Boko Haram, meet with their families after they were released, during a ceremony at a Church in Abuja, Nigeria on October 16, 2016. Sodiq Adelakun / Anadolu Agency
Fotó: Getty Images
ABUJA, NIGERIA - OCTOBER 16: Nigerian girls kidnapped by terrorist group Boko Haram, meet with their families after they were released, during a ceremony at a Church in Abuja, Nigeria on October 16, 2016. Sodiq Adelakun / Anadolu Agency
Fotó: Getty Images

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