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Ceremony Marks 1st Anniversary Of 2014 Nigeria's Chibok Girls Abduction and Bring Back Our Girls Campaign.
On April 14 last year, about 276 girls ages 12-17 were taken hostage from their dormitory at the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, northeastern Nigeria.
57 girls escaped within hours of the attack leaving the other 219 hostages still being held and for families desperate for news, the nightmare continues.
On Nigeria's missing girls Anniversary, Nigeria's army chief admits there is "no news for no
w" about the girls' fate, despite military successes in recapturing towns from the insurgents.