Nigeria Says ‘Some’ Chibok Girls Held by Boko Haram Released

Some of the schoolgirls seized from the northeastern Nigerian town of Chibok by Islamist militants more than two years ago have been released, Femi Adesina, a spokesman of the presidency, said by phone from the capital, Abuja.

The British Broadcasting Corp. reported earlier that 21 girls were released, citing an unidentified government official.

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